What do the status application codes mean?
The following is an explanation of the application codes.
- PS Status – Prescreen (permit librarians checking or waiting for required items from applicant)
- PC Status – Plan Check
- AP Status – Approved (all plan review has been approved, sent back to permit librarians for QC)
- IS Status – Issuance (fees being assessed, licenses being checked, NOC posted)
- PP Status – Permit Printed (after fees are paid, plans are stamped, permit card is uploaded into project)
- PI Status – Permit Issued (issued, disc ready for pickup or applicant can download approved plans)

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1. What do the status application codes mean?
2. How do I upload and submit files?
3. What do I name the files?
4. When can I upload my plans?
5. Can I start work before the permit is issued?
6. What does PS or "prescreening" mean?
7. Can I submit corrections on-line if the initial application was brought in over the counter?
8. Can my subcontractor submit a correction?
9. Can I still submit permit applications, corrections and revisions over the counter?
10. Can I put all of the documents in one multiple page pdf?
11. What type of electronic file formats are accepted?
12. How are electronic signatures for architect's and engineer's signed sealed drawings handled?
13. What building permit applications need to be filled out and what signatures are required?
14. Can I put my entire project under one building permit application?
15. What are the initial fees to apply for a building permit?
16. Where do I find the applications and prescreening requirements?
17. How do I know what application type to use?
18. What is an online building permit application?
19. Can I E-Submit my application as an Owner Builder?
20. How does the 5th Edition (2014) of the Florida Building Code affect Window Replacements?
21. How do I setup my computer to use Boca ePlans?