A copy of your DD214 or any NRA handgun / hunters safety should work.
This is a discussion on Class for FL non resident permit in Roch NY within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hi all, I just sent away for my application packet from Florida and have already contacted the Hillsborough sheriffs department about getting electronically fingerprinted when ...
I just sent away for my application packet from Florida and have already contacted the Hillsborough sheriffs department about getting electronically fingerprinted when I am there next month. Would anyone know what class I need to take to meet the requirments for the FL permit and where I can find such a class here in Rochester NY?
Thanks in advance
I don't think the Sheriff's office in Hillborough County does electronic fingerprinting but I may be wrong. I was told to go to the Pinellas Sheriff's office and get it done. Not every sheriff's office in Florida has the capability.There was a big sign that said you had to have proof of being a county resident when I got there. I told the officer that my sons live in Pinellas County (Oldsmar) and I visit quite regularly he agreed to do it. It cut my wait time to 18 days from mailbox to mailbox.
I called jsut a little while before my post and she said that they indeed do the electronic printing for CCW ONLY. I did also tell her that I was from out of state and it was for a non resident permit and she did not say anything about residency. She said its $5 and to bring my card and ID.
I'll bet is much more than $5 for electronic fingerprinting. Can't always trust what the person on the other end of the phone say, especially when dealing with the county government offices. My wife was charged around $35 I believe when she had her done in Seminole County a few months ago.
Well in anycase I am not worried about the cost, I was expecting to pay $30 to $40 anyways before I was told $5.
I was really just looking for the proper class to take to meet the requirements and if anyone here in Rochester knew where or when one was available.
If the requirements of a home state are essentially the same as Florida, and you had a license in your home state, would you still have to take a course?