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how do i get my gmrs call sign

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ok so read the page I printed out the number they gave me was a frn number not a licens number so what do I need to do next so I will be leagal
 

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First off, I have moved your thread to the GMRS/FRS forum. You started your thread in an Amateur Radio forum and your question has nothing to do with the Amateur Radio Service. BTW, this is the second time you've been instructed to make your posts in the correct forum and thread.

Secondly, the lack of punctuation and capitalization in your posts make your posts nearly incomprehensible. Clearly written sentences will increase the likelihood of you getting a correct and complete answer to your questions.

1. The FCC will mail a printed copy of your license to the address you provided on your application.

2. If you have your FRN, you can look up your license records in the FCC ULS Database using the FRN. Your FRN should be linked to your GMRS license and its callsign. You can search the FCC ULS by going here: License Search
 

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You have applied for a license. If granted, your call usually appears in the ULS within 24 hours, maybe Monday if you applied on a Friday. Your license should arrive in the mail in one to two weeks.


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