Copyright Office Implements Online Application for Supplementary Registration
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On July 17, 2017, the U.S. Copyright Office implemented an online application requirement for supplementary registration. In most cases, applicants are now required to submit an online application in order to correct or amplify the information set forth in a basic registration. The application may be accessed through the Office’s online registration system. The Office will accept a Form CA only to correct or amply a renewal registration, GATT registration, or group registration for nonphotographic databases. If an applicant attempts to use a paper application to supplement any other type of registration, the Office will require the applicant to re-submit the application online, requiring payment of a new filing fee. This delay will affect the effective date of registration.
for e-Filing: 6 – 8 months
Processing Time for Paper Forms: 8 – 10 months
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