Milton Business License Renewals Can't Be Mailed

The Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act passed by the General Assembly won't allow mailing of the forms.

The U.S. Mail isn't good enough to send your 2013 business license renewal forms back to the City of Milton. Due to state law concerning the Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act passed by the Georgia General Assembly last year, these forms cannot be mailed back to the City of Milton.

However, you still have two ways to deliver your business license renewal: email or in person, according to a release from the city.

Email to: bl@cityofmiltonga.us

Hand-deliver them to: City Hall, 13000 Deerfield Parkway Suite 107 Suite F (click here for directions, click here for a map of City Hall).

Additionally, all applicants must submit Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) affidavits along with identification such as a driver's license, passport or legal immigration document. Businesses will receive the E-verify affidavit, SAVE affidavit and credit card authorizations forms in the mail along with instructions on how to file these documents.

These documents are being mailed in early December, said Kathleen Field, Community Development Director for the City of Milton. However, if you are a business owner you may begin the process immediately by downloading the forms below:

All forms and payments are due by March 31, 2013.

"We're hoping the e-mail address allows applicants an alternative to making an in-person visit to City Hall," Field said. "Using the e-mail will cut down on wait times due to walk-in traffic."

For more information, email Jamila Jones, permit technician, or call her at 678-242-2521.


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