Checking the status of your request to register as a developer

After you have submitted your request to register as a developer, Amazon evaluates the information provided and approves or denies your request. If denied, you can address the reason for the denial and then resubmit your Developer Profile. The way you check the status of your request varies slightly depending on the type of the application. For the purposes of checking the status of your request to register as a developer, applications are grouped into two types:

  • All public applications and private seller applications. These are: (1) Applications that are publicly available and are authorized by a seller or by a vendor, and (2) seller applications that are available only to your organization, and are self-authorized.

  • Private vendor applications. Vendor applications that are available only to your organization, and are self-authorized.

For more information, see Terminology.

The following procedures show you how to check the status of your request to register as a developer, depending on the type of application you want to create.

To check the status of your request (for all public applications and private seller applications)

  1. Sign into Seller Central with the credentials that you used when you registered as a developer.

  2. In the Partner Network menu, click Develop Apps.

    The Developer Central page appears.

  3. Follow the instructions in the Your developer registration is under review banner. The banner will change to reflect the status of your application.

To check the status of your request (for private vendor applications)

  1. Sign into Vendor Central with the credentials that you used when you registered as a developer

  2. In the Integration menu, click API Integration.

    The Developer Central page appears.

  3. Follow the instructions in the Your developer registration is under review banner. The banner will change to reflect the status of your application.

After we have registered you as a developer, you can Create and configuring IAM policies and entities. To view your developer information, see Viewing your application information and credentials.


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