It may all be moot if the new copyright law is enacted, and you will have to re-register all of it, from the looks of it... better write a letter today!


Britt Griswold

----- Original Message -----
Good to know, Linda. Sounds like the copyright office is speedier than it likes to advertise. :)

On Jul 22, 2015, at 10:54 AM, Linda Feltner wrote:

> Glad it worked out for you, Lynette. I've received my hard copies in a lot less time than 13 months, perhaps within three months up to six. 
> Cheers,
> Linda
> On Jul 22, 2015, at 10:39 AM, Lynette Cook wrote:
>> I just completed my first online copyright registration and want to report that it was quick and painless. Mine was simple: one unpublished 2D piece, which contributed to the speedy process. Registering multiple pieces as a group is more complex, apparently (based on what other information I noticed as I went along). Seems it takes about 8 months for the process to complete, even with e-filing (13 months for hard copy/paper). It is possible to pay an extra fee for rush processing if you have a compelling/acceptable reason to ask for it.
>> Lynette
>> --
>> Lynette Cook

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