Kentucky, "Shall Issue" and What happens at 90 days?
Here is the scoop in abbreviated fashion. My wife and I both submit out paperwork at the same time. She received her permit in about 7 weeks.
After some waiting, I called the Kentucky State Police (KSP) and found out my social was written incorrectly on the application. (Note: in my county the Sheriffs office fill out the application for you based on your answer to the questions.) Never was I asked to verify the information written by the Sheriff's Office.
After much discussion I was informed, the only way to correct this was to fill out a "Change in personal information" which then has to be mailed to my county Sheriff's Office, signed by the Sheriff and mailed to the KSP. I called the KSP yesterday and was told they have not received it yet, but "it could be in the mail bins" which should "only take a few weeks".
So here I am only a few weeks from the 90 days, and I'm being told it will be a "few weeks" before they even get to the correct information and run the background checks.
Since Kentucky is a "shall issue" state, something has to be done and the KRS states it be done "within 90 days".
My questions are:
What will happen at 90 days?
What repercussions are there for the KSP going over the 90 days?
I really want to be proactive in rectifying this situation, so any advice would be greatly appreciated.