To use GRMS frequencies, the FCC requires you to obtain a license. To get a license you don’t have to take an exam, but you will need to fill out the required forms and send your payment.
1, After successfully applying for the FRN number, click FCC Universal Licensing System (ULS), then click "File Online"
2. Fill in the FRN number and password, click "Submit"
3. After logging in, select "Apply for a New License"
4. On the "Apply for a New License" page, select "ZA - General Mobile Radio (GMRS)", then click "CONTINUE"
5. On the "Application Questions" page, select "No" for all, then click "CONTINUE"
6. On the “Licensee Name and Address" page, fill in the basic personal information, and then click "CONTINUE".
7. On the "Basic Qualification Information" page, if you have no criminal record, select "No", then click "CONTINUE".
8. On the "Summary" page, double check that the information is correct, and click "CONTINUE TO CERTIFY" after reconfirmation.
9. On the "Certification" page, fill in the first and last name, then click "Submit Application".
10. On the "Confirmation" page, you can see the order number, check the name carefully, if it is correct, click "Continue for Payment Options".
11. On the "Electronic Form 159" page, enter the FRN number and password, click "Log In".
12. On the "Select a Payment Method" page, there are 4 payment methods available, select one of them and click "Continue", the page will pop up a jump prompt, click "OK" to jump to the payment page.
13. After a few days of successful payment, you will receive an email that the FCC GMRS certificate has been successfully registered.
Most applications for a New License require a fee. ULS will automatically determine if a fee is required and tell you the amount once you complete your application. If fees are due, they can be paid online as soon as you submit your application.
Additional information about fees is available at the Wireless Fees Page.
Applications will appear either the next business day in ULS Application Search or two businesses days later for applications filed on a weekend or federal holiday. Enter the file number in the ULS Application Search to find your application.
There are a few possibilities:
You can file an Amendment Application.