Native Reptile Captive Propagation Permit Renewal Notice

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					           California Natural Resources Agency
           DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME
           Native Reptile Captive
           Propagation Permit Renewal Notice
                                                                                                           November 2010

2011 Native Reptile Captive Propagation Permit                    Check List for Renewing Your Native Reptile Captive
Information                                                       Propagation Permit

Your current permit will expire December 31, 2010. Please         Please read the instructions on the application before
allow 15 business days for processing the renewal of your         completing. Incomplete reports and/or applications will be
permit.                                                           returned and may delay the issuance of your permit. Mail
                                                                  ALL COPIES of the application and reports. Please
Enclosed are the following:                                       remember to:

•    2011 Native Reptile Captive Propagation Permit                   Review the preprinted information carefully, line through
     Application (FG391b). This application will become your          incorrect information, add corrections, and provide
     permit when validated and returned to you by the                 information required to complete the application.
     Department.
                                                                      Complete, sign, and date the 2011 Native Reptile
•    Distribution Record (FG391c).                                    Captive Propagation Application (FG391b).

                                                                      Complete, sign, and date the Distribution Record
                                                                      (FG391c), Propagation Record (FG391d), and
•    Acquisition Record (FG391e).                                     Acquisition Record (FG391e), or provide a signed
                                                                      statement that no species and/or subspecies of native
•    Wild Caught Record (FG391f).                                     reptiles were purchased, received, sold, delivered,
                                                                      caught, or possessed during 2010.
•    Credit Card Authorization Form (FG1433).
                                                                      Submit a cashier’s check, money order, or personal or
Important!                                                            business check. If paying by credit card, complete, sign,
                                                                      and date the credit card authorization form.
Section 43(h), Title 14, of the California Code of
Regulations requires propagation, distribution, acquisition       Reminder
and wild-caught records or a signed statement be
submitted to the Department on or before December 31              Please identify the species by the common and scientific
of each year.                                                     names used in Section 43, Title 14, of the California Code
                                                                  of Regulations when completing the application and records.
SPECIAL NOTE: If you did not distribute, propagate,               These regulations are posted on the Department’s
acquire, or wild catch native reptiles during 2010, you are       web page at www.dfg.ca.gov/licensing/specialpermits/
still required to submit all records or a signed state-           specialpermits.html.
ment indicating zero.
                                                                  Recording Wild-Caught Information
If you are not renewing your permit, because you are no
longer doing activity which requires the permit, you are still    Please use the enclosed Wild Caught Record (FG391f) to
required to submit final records or a signed statement            record wild caught captures, dispositions, and deaths. The
on or before December 31, 2010.                                   Wild Caught Record was developed to help the Department
                                                                  obtain more information about wild-caught specimens of
                                                                  reptile.




    License and Revenue Branch, 1740 N. Market Blvd., Sacramento, California 95834 (916) 928-5845 or SPU@dfg.ca.gov
                                                   www.dfg.ca.gov                                          FG 391a (Rev. 11/10)
New Licensing System
The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is pleased to announce that the new licensing system
known as the Automated License Data System (ALDS) began implementation in mid 2010. This new system
will include the phasing out for some of the current paper licenses and the implementation of new automated
license issuance processes. The ALDS provides new features and capabilities to make license more acces-
sible, enhance DFG’s law enforcement and resource management capabilities, designation for licenses
issued to individuals versus businesses and ultimately improve customer service.

New Requirements for Identification
Identification is now required for all first time purchases through the Internet Point of Sale (IPOS) system.
Section 700.4, Title 14, of the California Code of Regulations states that any applicant apply for any license,
tag, permit, reservation or other entitlement issued via the ALDS shall provide valid identification. Acceptable
forms of identification for individuals include:
   • Valid driver’s license or identification card issued to the applicant by the Department of Motor Vehicles
        or by the entity issuing driver’s licenses in the applicant’s state of domicile;
   • Any license document or identification number previously issued via ALDS;
   • US Birth Certificate;
   • US Certificate or Report of Birth Abroad;
   • Birth Certificate or passport issued from a US Territory;
   • INS American Indian Card;
   • US Passport;
   • US Military Identification Cards (active or reserve duty, dependent, retired member, discharged from
        service, medical/religious personnel); or
   • Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship.

Any applicant less than 18 years of age applying for any license, tag, permit, reservation or other entitlement
issued via the ALDS shall provide valid acceptable forms of identification, which include any form of identifica-
tion described above or a parent or legal guardian’s identification as described above.

All applicants applying as a business must provide documentation identifying the business’ structure type.
Acceptable forms of identification include:
    • Articles of Incorporation;
    • Articles of Organization;
    • Certificate of Limited Partnership;
    • Statement of Partnership Authority;
    • Registration as a Limited Liability Partnership; or
    • Statement of Sole Proprietorship.

Data Confidentiality
With access to customer’s personal information, all data collected, used or acquired in connection with the
IPOS is to be kept confidential and can only be used for the purpose of license purchases. Employees cannot
release, publish, transfer, sell or make known to unauthorized persons, personal information without written
consent of DFG, court ordered, or as otherwise provided by law.

3% License Buyer Surcharge
All license items sold through the IPOS are subject to the 3% License Buyer Surcharge, which is a fee that
customers will pay at the time of transaction. The surcharge will be used to maintain the system.



                                                                                                       FG 391a (Rev. 11/10)

				
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