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non-resident application?

Discussion in 'Florida Glockers Club' started by Setzer77, Feb 17, 2007.

  1. Setzer77

    Setzer77

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    I've got a friend getting married in October in Texas, but Ohio doesn't have reciprocity with Texas, but you guys do. Is there any way to apply for a non-resident permit, the website is completely useless, and there's no email or anything to ask questions about it. Was hoping one of you fine folks might know more.
     
  2. Gmountain

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    Call them up and ask them to send you a CCW application. The permits are the same whether you live here or not, and the requirements for issuance are the same. The only difference is the address on the front.
     

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    I wasn't sure, b/c New Hampshire has a thing where you can send in 20 bucks, a copy of your actual license, and a small basic info sheet, and they send you a non-resident license. Wasn't sure if any other states had this.
     
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    I'd found all that, I just thought there would be something specifically for non-resident application as I seem to recall for texas, but I suppose I'll stop being lazy and call. Open mouth, insert foot. ;)
     
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    There is no special process for non-resident permits in FL. Same as in state. In staters have one advantage. We can get our fingerprints done electronically to save some time. I assume if you came here on vacation, then you could use electronic fingerprints as well.
     
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    Setzer77 is correct. I have a NM CCW and got my NH non-res shortly thereafter. It was easy. Added 9 states to my reciprocal list.
     
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    Where can you get you finger prints taken electronically in Southern Palm Beach County ?
     
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