I am changing firms. Do I need to establish a new e-filing login and password?
Attorneys shoud not re-apply for a CM/ECF account. If you change firms, your login remains valid. Every attorney is responsibe for updating address and e-mail information in the "Utilities" option of the CM/ECF. It may be necessary to establish a new PACER login and password, assuming that account belongs to your former employer. A PACER account may be obtained at: http://pacer.psc.uscourts.gov/register.html
* What if I haven't yet applied for an account?
* I have filed a notice of appearance but I'm not receiving notices. How do I fix this?
* What if I'm having computer problems?
* I filed a Social Security appeal, but can not see the case through PACER. Why?
* What if I think I have an ECF account, but don't know my login and password?
* I am having problems logging in with the information that was provided to me. Every time I type in the password, the system tells me that it is incorrect or that I can cancel or continue. Can you please check my account and let me know why I keep getting an error when I use it.
* I think I have a login and password, but I can't remember it. Should I re-register and submit the online form?
* I filed an Immigration or Naturalization petition, but can not see the case through PACER. Why?
* What if I don't know how to use the system?
* How do I link my PACER account to my ECF account?
* May I add a client's email address to my account?
* I receive e-mails from the Court, but I just can't read the body of the message. What's wrong?
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