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International Section 214 Application Filing Guidelines

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Any person or entity that seeks to provide U.S.-international common carrier service (also referred to as U.S.-international “telecommunications service”) must obtain prior Commission approval pursuant to Section 214 of the Communications Act of 1934 by filing an International Section 214 Application with the Commission that contains the information required by Section 63.18 of the Commission’s rules.  No person or entity shall offer U.S.-international telecommunications service before Commission grant of the application or operate other than in accordance with the terms and conditions of the international Section 214 authorization.

In addition, any person or entity that has received Commission authorization to provide U.S.-international telecommunications service must obtain prior Commission approval before the authorization holder consummates a substadntial transfer of control or assigns its international Section 214 authorization or other regulated assets (such as customer accounts) to any other person or entity, including another authorized U.S.-international carrier.  Applications for Commission consent to transfer control or assign an international Section 214 authorization shall be filed in accordance with the requirements of Section 63.24 of the Commission’s rules.

  


last reviewed/updated on Friday, 12-Dec-14 12:47:50  


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