This is a discussion on 2 permits illegal? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by BikerRN My $0.02 Make sure that AZ has an updated address for you. In short, do a change of address with AZ ...
She has no idea about what the law is.
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You need to inform her supervisor that she is giving out bad advice and before she makes a statement like that she better know what she's talking about
I have a FL nonresident and MD resident. Havn't been locked up yet.
I have 4 (Maine, NH, Virginia, Pennsylvania) permits my self. She is know it all, that doesn't know anything. I am wondering if she is thinking its the same rule as drivers licenses.
"Gun Free Zones" is where only criminals carry guns.
I'm also a resident of Indiana and a Lifetime Indiana LTC holder. When I decided to get a Florida permit my son-in-law, who is a deputy sheriff, actually did my finger prints. The woman you speak of is full of BS.
I held both a Oklahoma and Virginia Resident permit at the same time, along with a PA Non Resident permit.
I have a Va resident permit and a New Hampshire non resident permit. No problem.
Guess I'd better stay away from IN. - I've got 7.
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When I inquired of VA's position when moving out of the state, they said that the Resident Permit was valid for the dates of issue whether or not I moved out of the state. AZ may be the same way. You may want to ask them if the permit has to be surrendered if you change residency.
When people say "That's Illegal" ask for a statutory cite.
so it is possible to have resident permits in 2 different states??? I live in mass but go to school in CT, so when i turn 21 i want to get resident permits n both places (so i dont have to deal with the ridiculous AG regs when buying)
I have a CT, NH & PA permits.
I will be getting MA, FL & UT when I get around to it.
CT doesn't care how many permits you have, neither does MA. They only care if you have the permit valid in their states.
are more than one of those resident permits??? I understand you can have a res permit, then a bunch of non res permits, but I really thought I couldnt have 2 resident permits, even if I live in both places