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How early can I renew my USCG license?

You are encouraged to renew your USCG license 8 months before it expires.

If you renew within 8 months of expiration, your new MMC will be post dated to the day after your current MMC expires. This ensures that you have no lapse of your valid USCG license and that you don't lose any of the five years you paid for on both licenses.


Here's the USCG Policy on it in case you run into any issues.


We always recommend using this benefit and submitting for your renewal of your USCG license 7 or 8 months before your USCG license is going to expire to make sure you are always able to work.


We hope this made your life a little easier and if you have other questions the MM-SEAS team is always here to help!


We do prefer to answer questions live with screen sharing to make both of our lives easier.


We hold free live virtual master classes Monday and Wednesday from 5:00 - 5:30 pm PT inside of mmseas.com under License Guidance and then Daily Master Classes.


Pro MM-SEAS members get access to our daily live office hours Monday thru Friday from 5:00 - 5:30 pm PT. You also get access to unlimited live 1 on 1 calls with one of our USCG Licensing Specialists. Pro MM-SEAS members can access these features inside of mmseas.com under License Guidance.

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