Submitted ATF eForm 4 Not Showing in Account

When applying for an ATF eForm 4 tax stamp application, you will work with your FFL to apply for the tax stamp.  Your FFL will use their ATF eForms account to submit your tax stamp application to the ATF.  They will need your ATF eForm email to certify your application and for the ATF to later email you the approved tax stamp application.  But in the interim while your tax stamp is being approved your ATF eForms account won't show your pending application like it would if you submitted an ATF eForm 1 application.

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