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Old 09-01-2005, 10:44 AM   #1
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ccw state transfer question

A coworker and I were talking last night about ccw and his plans to move out of state soon. Has anyone gone through this type of move where ccw is legal in both states? How is the permit transfer handled? Can you carry on your original states permit (assuming reciprocity is in place) until you receive the permit from your new state?
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Old 09-01-2005, 11:02 AM   #2
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It all depends on the rules of the new state. Technically speaking there is no such thing as a 'transfer'. If the new state has reciprocity with the old, they might let you carry there while you get residency set up. Some states may not care if you ever become a resident.
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Depends on the state. For example, Georgia doesn't issue out of state permits, so if I become a resident in another state, my GA permit is no longer good.

However, Utah does issue out of state permits, so even though I live in GA, my UT permit is good here, as well as in UT and every other state that recognizes UT's permits.

I'd say more likely than not, your permit won't be good if you reside in a state other than the state of issue, but it is possible...
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