Investigation fees for restricted gaming license applications will rise to $550 per applicant, an increase from the current $400, starting Jan. 1, according to the Nevada Gaming Commission.
Investigative fees are in addition to the $150 application fee per restricted licensee, which are not scheduled to increase Jan. 1. Restricted licenses apply to businesses with no more than 15 slot machines and not table gaming.
In addition application forms have been revised, including form 15 and 27, and a Certificate of Fictitious Firm Name must be submitted for the operator of the primary business when the application for a restricted gaming license is being submitted.
The forms can be found at www.gaming.nv.gov/agency_forms.htm#inv.
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