Registration Service Fees
Questions on Actions Not Covered by Registration Service Fees
Current as of October 1, 2012
- What types of registration actions do not require the
submission of registration service fees under the Pesticide Registration Improvement Extension Act (PRIA 3)?
- If a notification is deemed not appropriate and an amendment is required, how will the correct fee be determined, the applicant be informed, and the fee be paid?
There are many types of registration applications that are not subject to the decision time review periods and registration service fee requirements of PRIA 3. Examples include:
- the re-establishment of a time-limited tolerance
- review of confirmatory data submitted in support of an already-issued registration (excluding efficacy data);
- Agency-initiated amendments (e.g., label amendments to comply with a reregistration eligibility decision);
- submission of a sub-registrant/supplemental distributor label;
- Special Local Needs Registrations submitted under FIFRA Section 24(c);
- Emergency Exemption Requests submitted under FIFRA Section 18;
- Notifications as described in Pesticide Registration Notice 98-10;
- Fast Track Amendments or label amendments that require no data review;
- Minor Formulation Amendments as described in Pesticide Registration Notice 98-10; and
- 6(a)2 evaluations;
- registrant responses to State Label Information Tracking System (SLITS) inquiries.
The Agency will send the application back to the registrant with a notice that states that the application is subject to a fee. The registrant must then pay the appropriate fee and resubmit the application.