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ANY ADDITIONAL CHANGES APART FROM VESSEL NAME CHANGE OR HAILING PORT CHANGE WILL REQUIRE ADDITIONAL FEES.
IF YOUR USCG (CERTIFICATE OF DOCUMENTATION) HAS PASSED 30 DAYS OF EXPIRATION, YOU MUST REINSTATE YOUR DOCUMENTATION. PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK TO "REINSTATE" YOUR (CERTIFICATE OF DOCUMENTATION)
INDIVIDUAL: Includes native born and naturalized U.S. citizens.
GOVERNMENT ENTITY: Includes Federal, State, Territory, Possession or Subdivision.
CORPORATION: Complete all items that apply.
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC): Complete Equity Section and choose type. For member managed LLC, a list of members is required. Click icon for attachment if application covers multiple members.
PARTNERSHIP: Complete Equity Section and choose type. A list of all general partners is required. Click icon for attachment if application covers multiple general partners.
CORPORATIONS QUALIFIED UNDER 46 CFR 68.01 OR OWNED BY A NOT-FOR-PROFIT OIL RECOVERY COOPERATIVE: Attach a copy of the Certificate of Compliance or Letter of Qualification issued by the Director, NVDC.
JOINT VENTURE/ASSOCIATION: A list of all joint venturers/members is required. The percentage held by each need not be shown. Click icon for attachment if application covers multiple joint venturers/members.
TRUST ARRANGEMENT: All trustees must be U.S. citizens. If applicable, each beneficiary with an enforceable interest must be a citizen. A list of all trustees (except managing owner) and beneficiaries with an enforceable interest is required. Click icon for attachment if application covers multiple trustees/beneficiaries with an enforceable interest.
NOTE: As per the Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2018 Sec. 512, all recreational COD's will be issued for a validity of 5 years. Recreational certificates will no longer be issued for period of 1-4 years.