Daniel E. O’Toole
& Clerk of Court
Paying Court Filing Fees Electronically
Effective Monday, September 16, 2013, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit will implement a system to permit electronic payment (Pay.gov) of Court fees in Case Management /Electronic Case Filing (CM/ECF).
CM/ECF system features linked with Pay.gov are available for use by attorneys on a temporary, optional basis until the system is further validated.
The features of Pay.gov include:
- Attorney admission payment;
- Payment for Certificates of Good Standing and Duplicate Admissions Certificates;
- Payment of copy fees, certification of documents, tapes of oral argument, microfiche copies;
- Submission; and payment of new cases (not NOAs filed at the district court level) including Agency Petition or Notice of Appeal; a Petition for Writ of; Mandamus; a Petition for Other Miscellaneous Writ; etc.;
- Payment of filing fees on previously opened cases.
Mandatory usage of Pay.gov with CM/ECF may occur within 90 days; Refer to the Court’s CM/ECF web page for further information.
To view our past announcments, please visit the archives