U.S. Department of Justice Forms

The U.S. Department of Justice is responsible for enforcing federal law and administering justice in the United States. Its primary role is to ensure public safety, protect the rights of individuals, and uphold the rule of law. The department handles various legal matters, including prosecuting federal crimes, representing the U.S. government in legal proceedings, and providing legal advice to the President and other federal agencies. Additionally, it plays a crucial role in promoting and protecting civil rights, preventing and combating terrorism, and overseeing the federal prison system.




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This type of document is used to file a legal complaint against someone for making false and damaging statements about your character.

File this form if you are a firearms dealer and sold two or more firearms to one person within 5 consecutive business days. The form was issued by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF).


This form is used for designating beneficiaries for a retirement plan, life insurance policy, or other types of financial accounts.

This form is used to report an investigation regarding a request to settle a debt owed to the Department of Justice (DoJ) by an employee.

This document is a request for the adoption of a state or local seizure policy. It outlines the process for seizing property in cases of illegal activity and seeks approval from relevant authorities.

This document is used for obtaining disclosure and authorization from individuals for conducting consumer reports, in accordance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).

Use this form a form to provide the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) with special occupational tax information and payment. All Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) are required to file this form before starting their business.

This form is used by the Federal Firearms License (FFL) Type 7 and Type 10 holders to inform the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) about firearms production and exportation.

This is a form for Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) who move the licensed premises to a different location during the term of an existing Federal Firearms License (FFL). The form serves to certify that they will conduct their firearms business or activity at a new location in compliance with state and local law.

The information on this form is used as an authorization for the importer. It serves to determine if the importer is qualified for the importation of the listed articles.

This document is a questionnaire that assesses the financial management and system of internal controls in an organization. It helps identify areas that may require improvement to ensure effective financial management and minimize the risk of fraud or financial mismanagement.

This document provides guidance on reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities in housing, as outlined in the Fair Housing Act. The joint statement by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Department of Justice helps inform both housing providers and individuals about their rights and obligations regarding reasonable accommodations.

This document is for filing a complaint against a Department of Justice employee who has failed to provide the rights of a crime victim as outlined in the Crime Victims' Rights Act of 2004.

This form is used for changing the address of an individual who resides in the City of San Diego, California for immigration court proceedings.

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