UT permit process change

UT permit process change

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    UT permit process change

    Recd from a UT certified instructor:
    Utah BCI has removed the requirement to have your application notarized. This apparently has been done in an effort to streamline the process for students. Obtaining notarization on your Utah CFP application is no longer necessary. Instead, the student must simply acknowledge by their signature that all of the information contained on the application is true and accurate.
    You can visit here to obtain the latest version of your application -

    http://publicsafety.utah.gov/bci/doc...ccwapp_007.pdf
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    Made it easier and cheaper for the applicant. Cool. Now if they would lower the list of requirements (Utah approved instructor) for non-res, allow proof of competition shooting...
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    I always thought that the notary was pretty dumb. I just took mine to my credit union, said "stamp this, please" and that was it.

    I don't think they even knew what the form was.
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    That's pretty cool that they did that. I definitely intend to look into getting a Utah permit when I move. Between that, a FL one, and a Maine one, I will be a happy camper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Jensen View Post
    I always thought that the notary was pretty dumb. I just took mine to my credit union, said "stamp this, please" and that was it.

    I don't think they even knew what the form was.
    The notary does not need to know what you're signing. The purpose of a notary is to certify that the person who signs a document in their presence is who they say they are. That's why they ask for ID

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    Dang. I just looked again at the application and the course needs to be taken within a year, I'm past that now.
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    One more inconvenience gone

    Nice change! Unnecessary hassle/cost, for some.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Jensen View Post
    I always thought that the notary was pretty dumb. I just took mine to my credit union, said "stamp this, please" and that was it.

    I don't think they even knew what the form was.
    + 1 No charge. No real hassle, as I need to go there anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by swinokur View Post
    The notary does not need to know what you're signing. The purpose of a notary is to certify that the person who signs a document in their presence is who they say they are. That's why they ask for ID
    Don't even need ID, if they know you -- which was the case in my case.
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