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Who should get a Voluntary Appeal tệp tin (VAF) quality Personal Identification Number (UPIN)? Can anyone get one?

Typically, only someone who has previously appealed & won after an erroneous firearm transfer delay or denial would need a VAF/UPIN. However, if you believe you have an unclear criminal record or other possibly prohibitive record that you believe may cause you difficulties when making a firearm purchase, then a VAF/UPIN may also be appropriate for you.

I am being delayed or have been delayed the purchase of a firearm. Can I get a VAF/UPIN?

Yes. Getting a VAF/UPIN may prevent unnecessary delays in the future.

What are my chances of success?

We cannot say without researching your background and criminal history or lack thereof. We can vị a preliminary evaluation for a small fee. If you wish to go forward, we will apply the fee lớn the total cost.

Do you have a money back guarantee?

We are unable khổng lồ offer a money back guarantee & also offer such a low flat-rate price at the same time because the process involves a substantial amount of preparation và research.

vì you have payment plans?

We can create a payment plan that meets your needs. We typically spread payments into equal monthly amounts.

How long does it take to lớn obtain a VAF/UPIN?

Typically, the process can take anywhere from 2 to lớn 12 months. The time frame disparity depends on whether you have already successfully appealed the wrongful denial or delay of your firearm purchase. If you already have appealed và won an erroneous firearm denial, the process is much faster. If your VAF/UPIN application must accompany a NICS Firearm Appeal, the process will take much longer.How long an erroneous denial will take to overturn will vary based on the circumstances of each case. Much of the delay is due lớn the extremely high volume of appeal requests & VAF applications that NICS is currently processing. However, having a licensed attorney khổng lồ quickly identity & resolve your problem can make the process go faster & not cause you unnecessary delays.

Can my VAF application be done faster?

NICS operates on a first-come, first-served basis, so the sooner you start the sooner your application will be processed and granted. Having a licensed attorney who is familiar with the law & process will make the process go as quickly as possible.

do I need an attorney or can I bởi vì this myself?

You will have an attorney lớn make sure (1) your VAF/UPIN application is done right the first time so are not denied or cost you months of delay, (2) that your record is being accurately reflected, and (3) explain/argue complex legal issues to the NICS Appeal Services Team. We can also explain what your options are after a failed appeal.

How vày I know what is going on with my case?

We have an online tracking system that is just for your appeal or VAF/UPIN application. You will have a user name and password for the account and will have the information specific khổng lồ the appeal/VAF application. Whenever anything happens in your case we post the information in your online account so that you can view the status of the appeal/application and the progress that is made. If there is no post on your online trương mục then that means that there is no update on the appeal/application. For example, once we update your online account to reflect that we have filed documents with NICS, we will update the notes when we hear a response from NICS. Because of the extremely high volume of appeal requests và VAF applications that NICS is currently processing, responses from the NICS Appeal Services Team can take several weeks to lớn a few months.Unfortunately, the FBI is no longer performing status checks on NICS VAF Applications. We will notify you are soon as we receive notification that your VAF Application has been processed.Moreover, we post your contract và payment plan information on the online trương mục for you so that you can view all the information and print it.

bởi vì I have to lớn go to court or attend a hearing?

No. There are no hearings or court proceedings for this process. We will vì all the necessary work and submit all the necessary documents for you.

Can I get the VAF/UPIN at the same time a NICS Firearm Appeal?

Yes. We can appeal your denial/delay first & then after the successful completion of your appeal, we can submit the necessary paperwork for your VAF. We also offer a discount on the VAF/UPIN service when you sign up with a NICS Firearm Appeal.

Am I required lớn submit my fingerprints for a VAF/UPIN?

Yes. Your VAF UPIN application will not be processed without a fingerprint card.

Can use the same fingerprint card I submitted for my NICS appeal for my VAF/UPIN application?

Probably not because NICS no longer returns fingerprint cards after the completion of an appeal. You will most likely need a new fingerprint card. If you are currently appealing a firearm denial, we recommend that you obtain at least two fingerprint cards in case you apply for a VAF/UPIN after the successful completion of your appeal.

Where should I go khổng lồ get my fingerprint impressions rolled?

Law enforcement agencies such as sheriff’s offices, police departments, etc., or any other authorized fingerprinting agency can roll your fingerprints for you.

vì chưng agencies charge a fingerprinting fee?

Usually. Individual agencies and businesses have the option to lớn set their own rates for fingerprint processing.

What if my firearm background kiểm tra goes through a state agency và not NICS?

You may still apply for and obtain a NICS VAF/UPIN và use it in your state. States that conduct their own firearm background checks still use NICS when making firearm eligibility determinations.

Once successfully granted a VAF/UPIN, how bởi vì I use my quality Personal Identification Number (UPIN)?

When filing out the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, và Explosives form 4473, you must place the VAF UPIN in box “9” và also advise the FFL you have a VAF UPIN.

If you are making a purchase in a state that does not use NICS as the “point of contact” và conducts their own background check, inform the firearm dealer of your VAF UPIN và they should be able lớn advise you were khổng lồ provide your UPIN on the form(s).

Once I get my VAF/UPIN, does that mean I will never be delayed or denied a firearm purchase again?

No. Furthermore, a VAF/UPIN will not allow you to bypass the normal NICS or state firearm background check processes. You may still be denied or delayed if additional prohibitive or potentially prohibitive information in your background is discovered.

If my VAF/UPIN Application is successful, will this allow me khổng lồ carry a concealed weapon or obtain a permit to do so?

No. The NICS Firearm Appeal process & VAF/UPIN is for the purchase or transfer of weapons only. The law in regards lớn carrying concealed weapons varies by state và a VAF/UPIN will not entitle you to lớn carry a concealed weapon or obtain a concealed carry weapons permit. If you’re interested in obtaining a concealed carry weapons permit, we can be hired lớn help you determine your eligibility & clear any records that could cause your application to be denied.

I have already been granted a VAF/UPIN. What if I no longer want NICS to maintain my personal information?

If an individual wishes lớn be removed from the VAF, they can request in writing at any time for the information khổng lồ be removed.

What if my VAF/UPIN Application is denied?

If your VAF/UPIN application is denied, we evaluate the reason for the denial & make a recommendation on how best to proceed. That can include a recommendation to file suit against the responsible State or government subdivision responsible for providing erroneous information or responsible for denying you a firearm transfer. If your denial appears khổng lồ be appropriate under the law, we can help you explore any firearm rights restoration processes available to lớn you.

Who is a “prohibited person” or category of person that is denied the purchase/transfer of a firearm?

Each state & the federal government have their own laws and restrictions regarding who may or may not possess a firearm. Therefore, the answer depends on where you live. However, these are the individuals restricted under federal law:

A person who has been convicted in any court of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year or any state offense classified by the state as a misdemeanor and is punishable by a term of imprisonment of more than two years.Persons who are fugitives of justice—for example, the subject of an active felony or misdemeanor warrant.An unlawful user and/or an addict of any controlled substance; for example, a person convicted for the use or possession of a controlled substance within the past year; or a person with multiple arrests for the use or possession of a controlled substance within the past five years with the most recent arrest occurring within the past year; or a person found through a drug chạy thử to use a controlled substance unlawfully, provided the demo was administered within the past year.A person adjudicated mental defective or involuntarily committed khổng lồ a mental institution or incompetent lớn handle own affairs, including dispositions khổng lồ criminal charges of found not guilty by reason of insanity or found incompetent to stand trial.A person who, being an alien, is illegally or unlawfully in the United States.A person who, being an alien except as provided in subsection (y) (2), has been admitted khổng lồ the United States under a non-immigrant visa.A person dishonorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces.A person who has renounced his/her United States citizenship.The subject of a protective order issued after a hearing in which the respondent had notice that restrains them from harassing, stalking, or threatening an intimate partner or child of such partner. This does not include ex parte orders.A person convicted in any court of a misdemeanor crime which includes the use or attempted use of physical force or threatened use of a deadly weapon and the defendant was the spouse, former spouse, parent, guardian of the victim, by a person with whom the victim shares a child in common, by a person who is cohabiting with or has cohabited in the past with the victim as a spouse, parent, guardian or similar situation lớn a spouse, parent or guardian of the victim.A person who is under indictment or information for a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year.See 18 U.C.S. 921 và 922(g)

What if I don’t know exactly what is on my record?

A NICS Firearm Appeal or VAF/UPIN application will reveal what appears on your record và the reason for your denial/delay. We can also be hired to research your background for a small fee that can be applied to the total cost of any service you have us perform.

vị I have a conviction on my record if I pled no contest rather than guilty to a criminal offense?

Yes, a plea of no contest is still considered a conviction.

What if I now live in a different state than where my disqualifying criminal conviction occurred?

If your criminal conviction falls under a federal prohibition, you will not be able to legally purchase/possess a firearm or obtain a VAF/UPIN no matter which state you move to. Your new state will have its own laws regarding who may or may not possess a firearm. Since each state has different laws, we must evaluate the individual laws of your new state to determine whether you are eligible to possess a firearm. If you would like us khổng lồ evaluate your case và determine if you can legally possess/purchase a firearm, then we can do so for a small fee. If you sign up for a service we offer the fee can be applied towards the total.

I already had my conviction sealed or expunged. Why am I still being denied a firearm purchase or VAF/UPIN?

Not all forms of record clearing relief restore your state or federal firearm rights. Other possibilities are that the record used by NICS that caused your firearm purchase or VAF/UPIN denial may be outdated, inaccurate, or has been interpreted incorrectly by NICS.

I have already appealed my firearm purchase denial or applied for a VAF/UPIN & have a prohibitive criminal conviction. What can I do?

We will be glad to lớn work with you khổng lồ examine your record and reviews what can be done to restore your rights. We charge a researching và analysis fee to vì chưng this & we can apply that khổng lồ the cost of any service that you hire us lớn perform.

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