2019 Norton Sound Red King Crab

 

Updated: 06/07/2024

 

Applicants are encouraged to review the State of Alaska’s spend plan for the 2019 Norton Sound Red King Crab Disaster. This document serves as the framework for administering this relief program and contains the criteria for eligibility as well as the methodology for how payments will be calculated. This document was authored by the Alaska Dept. Fish and Game.

ADF&G Spend Plan – 2019 Norton Sound Red King Crab Disaster – May 8th, 2024

 

Vessel Crew

Please note, it is the sole responsibility of the vessel crew member to submit this documentation. Permit holders are NOT responsible for submitting documentation.

  • Applicants will be expected to return via standard mail or PSMFC ShareFile upload the following:
    • Application that is signed, name is printed, and dated.
    • Complete W-9 tax form.
    • Crew contract, crew settlement, affidavit from eligible permit holder, or 1099-MISC Tax Form.
  • Applicants mailing paper applications should opt for delivery confirmation and/or tracking if you are concerned about when or whether your application was received.
    • PSMFC will NOT entertain inquires such as “Has my application been received?”
  • Applicants uploading their completed application packets to PSMFC’s ShareFile site will see the screen change to the following after a successful upload is complete.
    • Unfortunately, this system does not allow for automatic email confirmations.
    • PSMFC will NOT entertain inquires such as “Has my application been received?”
    • Please note that should you see the screen change, as shown below, your application was received and will be processed.

K09Z and K09ZE Permit Holders

  • Please note: ADF&G and PSMFC use the same CFEC public database to determine permit holder and vessel owner eligibility. This eligibility is verified by both agencies before applications become available.
    • For additional information / assistance identifying your permit serial: CLICK HERE
  • Eligible K09Z and K09ZE  will all have unique applications (identifying their base payments) mailed to them.
  • Applications were mailed on Friday, June 7th.
    • Please allow a minimum of 2-weeks for delivery before reaching out to Commission staff.
  • Applicants will be expected to return via standard mail or PSMFC ShareFile upload the following:
    • Application that is signed, name is printed, and dated.
    • Complete W-9 tax form.
  • Applicants mailing paper applications should opt for delivery confirmation and/or tracking if you are concerned about when or whether your application was received.
    • PSMFC will NOT entertain inquires such as “Has my application been received?”
  • Applicants uploading their completed application packets to PSMFC’s ShareFile site will see the screen change as above the following after a successful upload is complete.
    • Unfortunately, this system does not allow for automatic email confirmations.
    • PSMFC will NOT entertain inquires such as “Has my application been received?”
    • Please note that should you see the screen change, as shown above, your application was received and will be processed.
  • Applications are required to be postmarked for return (if mailing) by August 3rd, 2024.
      • Late applications will NOT be accepted for any reason.
  • Alternatively, applications are required to be uploaded to PSMFC’s ShareFile site no later than 11:59pm AKDT on August 3rd, 2024.
      • Late applications will NOT be accepted for any reason.

Should you believe you are eligible and have not received a unique application by July 1st, 2024 please email AKFishDisaster@psmfc.org and Commission staff will reply with an electronic copy. Electronic copies will NOT be emailed until after July 1st, 2024