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Amateur Radio

Amateur Radio Licences

Sections 9(2)(c), 23(2) and 82 of the Information and Communications Technology Law require that an Operator of an amateur radio in the Cayman Islands must at all times have a current licence from the Authority.

 

Your attention is also drawn to the ICTA (Amateur Radio Licences) Regulations.

 

Residents

For first time applicants or renewals (renewals should be sent no later than 30 days prior to the licence expiry date), forward to the Authority a completed Resident Licence Application Form which can be found here along with the licence fee of US$25 (or CI$20).

 

Visitors

Visitors should submit a completed Visitor Licence Application Form which can be found here along with the licence fee of US$25 (or CI$20).

 

Payment Methods

Payment may be made as follows:

 

  1. By cash, if hand delivered to the Authority’s office;
  2. By mail addressed to Licensing, enclosing a cheque drawn on a Cayman Islands’ bank and payable to “The ICT Authority”. (Money orders and personal or company cheques drawn on a non-Cayman Islands’ bank are NOT accepted); or
  3. By email or fax, attaching a credit card authorisation (Visa/MasterCard only). The appropriate form is attached to the licence application form.
  4. The Authority's address and other contact information may be found on our contact page.

The Application Forms may also be requested by e-mail from licensing@icta.ky, or by telephone from +1-345-946-4282.

 

Any change to the particulars referenced in the Licence or the Licence Application should be notified immediately to the ICT Authority. There is a US$20 (CI$16.40) Fee for issuing an amended or duplicate Licence.

 

Please see our contact page for the Authority's address and other contact information.