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E-Filing ATF Form 1, Part 6: Electronic Documents Page

E-Filing ATF Form 1, Part 6: Electronic Documents Page

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Oct 27th 2022

Part 6: Upload Your Gun Trust (Individuals Skip)

Intro: Making an Account on EForms

Part 1: Starting the Form 1 application.

Part 2: Payment and Applicant Info.

Trusts: Responsible Persons Questionnaire.

Part 3: Responsible Person(s) page.

Part 4: Chief Law Enforcement Officer page.

Part 5: Line Item page (adding your SBR).

Part 6: Electronic Documents page (trusts only). (You're here!)

Part 7: Paying for and submitting the application.

Part 8: Rolling fingerprints and mailing them to ATF.


INDIVIDUAL FILERS ONLY!

1. If you are filing as an individual, skip this page. 

2. You do not need to upload any documents.

3. Click Next on this page. 

3. Proceed to Part 7: Paying for and submitting the application.

For Trust Filers

1. Click the Choose File button.

2. Locate your gun trust's .PDF and upload it.

3. Under Document Type, select "CORPORATION/TRUST/OTHER LEGAL ENTITY."

4. Under Description, enter your trust's name.

5. Click Add. Let the system buffer while it uploads the file.

6. Your trust should display as a line on the page. Confirm it has uploaded.

7. Click Save and let the system buffer.

8. Click Next.


Finished? Proceed to Part 7: Paying for and submitting the application.

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