Which ATF Forms and Applications Can You Fax OR EMAIL to the ATF?
The ATF requires, applications, like the ATF Form 1, ATF Form 4 and ATF Form 4 to be sent via mail and in some cases accepts forms via e-mail and fax. All paper ATF applications are required to be sent in via mail. Applications submitted to the ATF require applicants, more specifically responsible persons to include fingerprint cards, passport photo(s) and application paperwork as originals. The ATF does have an electronic method to apply for the ATF Form 1 tax stamp, also known as, the ATF eForm 1. But fingerprint cards are still required to be physically mailed to the ATF for each responsible person. The ATF does accept paperwork to be submitted to them via email or fax. If you can't submit applications via email or fax, then which forms can be submitted via email or fax? The below forms can be submitted to the ATF via email or fax:
- ATF 5320.20 Application to Transport NFA Firearms
- ATF NFRTR Letter Requesting Removal of a SBR/SBS Title 2 Status
- Letter to the ATF to Change Your SBR Upper with a Different Caliber Than the Registered Lower
- Letter to the ATF to Update your Silencer/SBR Overall Length
- Requesting a Copy of Missing or Lost Tax Stamp
The above forms can either be mailed, emailed or faxed to the ATF. The information for each sending method is below.
Director, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives,
244 Needy Road, Martinsburg, WV 25405