If you applied as an individual however, you will have your photo affixed to your approved ATF Form 1, ATF Form 4, or ATF Form 5 paperwork. In summation, if you apply as an individual for your tax stamp, you will have your photo affixed on page 2 of your approved application. If you apply as gun trust or legal entity, your photo will not be affixed to your approved application.
The "ATF Copy 2 - To Be Returned to Registrant" copy that is returned to you is an original copy of your ATF Form 4. The stamp that is on the approved ATF Form 4 is an original and the signature is either a rubber stamp signature or an original signature from the ATF examiner. You as the individual, settlor or entity owner will also see your original signature on the approved ATF Form 4.
According to the ATF's "Ask the Experts" option, "In some cases the orientation of the photo is changed by the system, this will not affect your application and even if you were to reapply it is common for them to upload the same way anyways."
ATF National Firearms Act Branch during their normal office hours at (304) 616-4500 or you can email them using their email address NFAFax@atf.gov. If your communication simply requires you to fax them a document or form, you can fax that information to (304) 616-4501.
Once a correction letter is created the examiner will post mark the date and mail the correction letter to your FFL/SOT or to yourself, depending on the application type as mentioned above. The response required by date is one month from the date that the correction letter was created by the examiner.
No, the individual applicant, gun trust applicant or legal entity applicant is not required to engrave their information on the SBR/SBS if the SBR/SBS is already made and being transferred using the ATF Form 4 information.