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Application for 10 Day Entertainment Permit Applying for 10 Day Temporary Entertainment Work Permit

The 10-Day Temporarty Permit may be obtained for minors between 15 days and 16 years of age without the birth document or school verification normally required for 6-Month Entertainment Work Permit.

For a minor at least one month old, the permit will usually be issued immediately upon completion of the online application process, including payment of the $50 fee.

For a minor less than one month old, written medical certification is also required. A licensed physician board-certified in pediatrics must attest that the infant is at least 15 days old, was carried to full term, was of normal birth weight, and is physically capable of handling the stress of filmaking, as well as that the infant's lungs, eyes, heart, and immune system are sufficiently developed to withstand the potential risks.

When medical ceritfication is required, a permit will be issued within one business day following receipt and verification of the medical certification. The parent or guardian will be informed by email when the application has been approved.

If you have already opened an online account, sign in on the right side of your screen. Otherwise, create an account by clicking "First time User". Then proceed with the application process.

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To look up a Temporary Entertainment Permit, Please search by the Permit ID and Zip code below:
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This portal is provided for use only by studio teachers, prospective employers, or authorized representatives of prospective employers who are seeking to verify the temporary entertainment work permit of a minor employment-applicant.  The use of this automated service by any other individual, or for any other purpose, is an unauthorized use under the Penal Code. Individuals who misuse this portal, or the information obtained via this portal may be held civilly or criminally liable for their conduct, and punished by fine, imprisonment or both.

This Notice is effective January 2012, and subject to revision.

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