Delaware Amateur Radio Association VE Preregistration For Amateur Radio License Exam
This form allows you to preregister for the Laurel VE Testing session located at the American Red Cross, 380 Hills-Miller Rd, Delaware, Ohio, 43015. Please type carefully as this information is directly imported to our computer software and this is the information that is sent to the FCC.
There is no fee for testing with any Laurel VEC Team.
NOTICE: FCC REGISTRATION NUMBER (FRN) REQUIRED TO REGISTER FOR AN EXAM
If you currently do not hold an Amateur Radio License, you will first need to register for a COmmission REgistration System (CORES) username (your e-mail address) in the FCC CORES system and then request an FCC Registration Number (FRN) before submitting this registration. If you do not have an e-mail address, then you cannot register online and must submit a completed FCC Form 160 (
) to apply for an FRN, and then mail the application to the FCC. Please view this FCC provided video that explains the entire process:
. If you have an FCC license (Amateur, GMRS, or other), you have an FRN and it is printed on the license.
INCLEMENT WEATHER OR OTHER EMERGENCIES
In the event of severe weather or other emergencies that could force the cancellation of an exam session, such information will be sent to the email entered into the exam registration form. Registrants who reside in areas that fall under a Level 3 snow emergency classification or who will be traveling through areas that fall under a Level 3 snow emergency, should not attempt to drive to the exam session even if the exam session is not canceled. If Delaware County is under a Level 3 snow emergency on the day of the exam, the exam session is canceled and will be rescheduled. If Delaware County is under a Level 1 or Level 2 snow emergency, the VE Team Leader, Gary Mackey (KE8O), will decide by 8:00 am on the morning of the exam if the exam session is to be canceled. If the exam session is canceled, all registrants will be notified by email. To view the state’s weather-related road closures and restrictions, visit the Ohio Department of Transportation’s traffic website at
and the website of your county’s sheriff’s office. If you have any concerns about the exam session being canceled and rescheduled, please contact Gary at (740) 203-9122 before heading to the exam. Please monitor your email for updates!
If you are currently licensed and you wish to change your name in the FCC database, please enter your new name on this form and select "True" otherwise select "False."
First name as it appears on your driver's license or government issued ID. Make sure that this is correct as this is what will be on your FCC issued amateur radio license.
Last name as it appears on your driver's license or government issued ID. Make sure that this is correct as this is what will be on your FCC issued amateur radio license.
Only if you are a Jr, Sr, etc.
If you are currently licensed and you wish to change the address that is on file in the FCC database, please select "True" otherwise select "False."
Example: 1214 E. Main Street. Make sure that this is correct as this is what will be listed on your FCC Amateur Radio License. For a Post Office Box number see below.
Enter only the number.
You may either select your state by typing in the first letter of the state, such as 'O' for Ohio or select your state by using the drop-down arrow. If your state doesn't show up with the first character press, such as Oregon, press the 'O' key again and you can cycle through all states that begin with 'O.'
Example: 43015 or 43015-8028
Please enter only numbers; no - , ( ), periods or spaces. Example: 7405551212
Applicants must provide an email address on their license application, which will trigger the electronic issuance of an official copy of their license to the email provided upon application grant. Per the timing specified in Rulemaking FCC 20-126, the FCC will no longer print, and Licensees will no longer be able to request, hard copy license authorizations sent by mail.
If you currently do not hold an Amateur Radio License, you will first need to register for a username in the FCC CORES system and then request an FRN before submitting this registration. Please view this FCC provided video that explains the entire process:
. For further information please see the NOTICE section at the top of this form. If you have an FCC license (Amateur, GMRS, or other), you have an FRN and it is printed on the license. Please enter only numbers, e.g., 0003012770.
Current Amateur Radio call sign - if you have one.
Leave blank if you do not have a current FCC Amateur Radio license. Otherwise, select 'N' for Novice, 'T' for Technician, 'G' for General, or 'A' for Advanced.
If you have an Amateur Radio license, please enter the expiration date.
If you are upgrading a current FCC Amateur Radio license, select TRUE otherwise select FALSE.
FCC Exams that you wish to take
Have you ever been convicted of a felony in any state or federal court? Effective September 7, 2017, FCC Form 605 now asks whether the applicant has ever been convicted of a felony. The change applies to both paper and electronic applications. You MUST answer the above question if you are applying for a new license, upgrading an existing license, renewing your license, or requesting a call sign change. You DO NOT have to answer the above question if all you are doing is changing your name, mailing address, or contact information. If you DO NOT have to answer this question, please select "Not Answered" from the drop-down list. If you answer "Yes," then you must provide an explanation of the conviction to the FCC via mail or email before your application will be processed by the FCC. If you fail to provide the explanation within 14 days, your application will be dismissed. Instructions for filing a felony conviction explanation will be available at the testing location.
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I have taken other exams with the DELARA VE Team
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