If you did that, then all you have to do is wait. The people in charge of making people MVPs will keep the application stored for future use and people becoming MVPs in the future should the need/want arise.
All I can say is that you need to be patient and that you may or may not be able to join the program. If you were to be accepted into the program, I can't say for certain when you will officially be given the title.
Also, I don't think that they send out messages saying you didn't make it into the program. I do know that they send you an e-mail if you were accepted, though.
I filled out the information to become an MVP, and still no reply. Can anyone tell me how I will know if I'm accepted or y it hasn't been replied to?
They don't specifically let anyone in, you got to actually become a meaningful community participant on the boards as well as someone capable of either creating community events, or generally promoting playstation as a whole.
It has its perks (none of which I know of) but with great power comes great responsibility xD
Welcome to the community.
Just help, participate, and be patient. It may or may not happen.
But, don't let that discourage you / be the deciding factor in you helping out or not.
A lot of the MVP's are great. Get to know some of them. And don't let CaptainAlbator fool you. He is very helpful, just blunt.
I compare him to a rugged police officer who has seen everything. Like Danny Glover in every movie he plays a cop.
Also what is a kudo?
A "Kudo" is a compliment, praise, award, honor, et cetera, to someone else's post.
If you like what they have to say / agree with their suggestion. Kudo it. If you want.