How does the electronic submission process work?
Through Kellysolutions.com, Kelly Registration Systems (KRS) allows companies to submit new license applications, renewals, and tonnage reports to participating states. Fees and the required data are submitted electronically.
Licensees are also able to send supporting documentation (such as insurance verification or a label) to states.
Will I receive my approval notice from the state faster if I use online applications or renewals than if I send my registrations in by paper mail?
The time it takes to receive registration confirmation varies by state, depending on internal procedures. However, by providing the data to the state electronically, states will be able to review applicant data more quickly and accurately.
When will the state receive my application?
New applications will be submitted to the state as soon they are entered online. If payment is made by debit/credit card for a renewal, the funds and data will be sent to applicable states on the following business day. If the payment is made by ACH transaction, (direct bank debit) the data and funds will be submitted to the state one day after the transaction has been completed.
What states are available for renewal?
Renewals will be launched at different times throughout the year, and will generally be available as the states send out their renewal forms by paper/email.
Will I get a confirmation of approval?
KRS will send a confirmation of your online payment to the email address listed with your account. The state will send actual approval notices and licenses electronically or by paper, depending on the state's preference.
How can I check the status of my license?
If you have not received your license after 5 business days, please contact the appropriate state administrator.
Will I be able to print a copy of my submission?
At the end of the process, a copy of the receipt will be emailed to the address indicated when you renewed online. You may print that email as proof of submission.
Will I be charged a fee to renew my license online?
Most states charge a small convenience fee for ACH or credit card transactions. This charge will be automatically calculated and added to your total fee on the transaction summary screen before you enter your payment information. Convenience fees vary from state to state. *Note* Licensees in Georgia, Kansas and Washington are not subject to convenience fees.
How can I confirm that my payment has been received?
When your payment is submitted by debit/credit card, or once we receive and process an ACH transfer, you will receive a confirmation email. Charges on your debit/ credit card will indicate they are from Kelly Registration Systems. (or in the case of Washington licenses, the credit card statement will reference WSDA - Weights & Measures.)
Will I get an updated license electronically?
Most states will send confirmation of approvals in the same manner to which you are accustomed; however, some states do send an electronic approval notice, in lieu of the paper certificate.
How do I pay my fee-for-service invoice through the website?
Some agencies (e.g. SC Metrology, Fruit and Vegetable Inspections) allow you to pay an invoice online, even if it is not connected to a license. If you are paying by credit card, all necessary information to pay your invoice online is printed on your invoice. You will need your Customer Number and your Invoice Number. The link to log in to pay your invoice will also be printed on your invoice. If you have not received an invoice or have questions about paying online, contact technical support. See “How do I contact Technical Support” below.
How do I submit tonnage reports and what are the fees?
You can submit your tonnage reports (e.g. fertilizer, lime, soil amendments), electronically on the Kelly website for your state. You can enter the data directly on the site and view/print a summary of your report or you can upload a formatted Excel file, or AgGateway standard XML file, to enter your data (only available for North Dakota, Georgia and Clemson tonnage reporting). Once you have entered your data, your fees are calculated automatically and you can submit your payment online.
Tonnage fees are based on your state’s requirements and the amount/type of tonnage you are reporting.