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A-1-6Q. What is the meaning of the term "A-1-6" or "A-1/12"? A. This code is used in the USA to identify a single-line, one-time use (STO) license.Q. What is a "STO" license? A. A "stamp of origin" license is designed as an additional method of authentication for a document. You have the option to apply for an A-1-6 license and then pay the applicable fees. If that happens, the document is "stamped" with an A-1-6 stamp.Q. What type of stamps do you use? A. Our stamps of origin are the same as those issued by the National Archives and Records Administration.Q. What is the difference between the A-1-6 and the A-1/12 stamp of origin? A. Both the A-1-6 and A-1/12 stamp of origin are single-line, one-time use (STO) licenses. The stamp of origin is used for the purpose set forth in this agreement between the government and you.Q. How can I apply for an stamp of origin? A. You can apply the stamp of origin directly to us. Please send a blank application letter and a preprinted copy of the application fee and a completed Application for a Stamp of Origin with Form I-735, Application to Issue an Stamp of Origin, to:National Archives and Records AdministrationStamp Unit Box 548St. Louis, MO 63146-0848Q. What documents are accepted for stamps of origin? A. The documents accepted for an stamp of origin:1) Official copies of an original birth certificate;2) Official copies of documents establishing your citizenship (,