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Can someone working in the office sign my CG-719S form?

Yes. An office staff member (i.e. someone who is not the owner of the company but represents the company) can sign on behalf of the company to certify that the individual has served on the vessel as stated on the CG-719S form.



In the verification section it says Owner, Operator or Master's signature with title. What would an office worker put there as their title?

The office worker should put their title. They are signing on behalf of the company to certify that the individual has served on the vessel as stated on the CG-719S form.


What should an office worker put in the boxes below the signature?

The office worker should put their name. For the street address and other contact information, the office worker should use the company's information (address, phone number, etc.).





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