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CPL Renewal

Discussion in 'Michigan Glockers' started by MichiganPython, Sep 4, 2007.

  1. MichiganPython

    MichiganPython

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    My Michigan CPL expires in early 2009. How early can I renew it?
     

  2. MetalManMI

    MetalManMI

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    Up to 12 months in advance....and...the renewal date on the new license must not preceed the expiration date on your current license if it is approved prior to expiration (in other words, you won't lose any time on your current license by renewing well in advance).

    However, this time around, your 5 year renewal term will be cut short by the amount of time between your current date of expiration and your birthday...it is a transition to having all CPL/CCW licenses expire on your birthday...so the next renewal cycle will be cut short by anywhere from 1 day to 364 days...depending on how far before your current expiration date your birthday falls. Thereafter, it will be a 5 year term that exprires on your birthday every cycle.