Moving back to Mississippi

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    Moving back to Mississippi

    Hey guys,

    I've been lurking around here for a long time, and i've learned a ton from you guys! But i finally have a question. I moved from Mississippi to Tennessee about a year and a half ago. Now work is taking me back to MS. I still have my old MS concealed carry permit and it doesn't expire until 2011. Is it still valid once i move back?

    Thanks!

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    Why wouldn't be?
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    haha... thanks! I have no idea, i just wanted to make sure and i knew that y'all would have an answer for me.

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    There are a ton of out of State permits around.
    As long as it's not been revoked, IIRC you have to notify them if you move.
    Just let them know you moved back with your new address and you should be good.
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    You will probably have to change address, otherwise should still be valid.
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    I'd say its good, didn't expire right?
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    You would need to check MS state law. Some states consider a permit invalid if you change residency. Just like your MS drivers license was no longer valid when you became a TN resident and got their drivers license.

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    Make sure the prior move did not result in revocation (you became a non-resident), or if it was revoked if you did not notify them of the change of address.

    I'd get some "harder answers" from MS folks or from the "issuing" authority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    You would need to check MS state law. Some states consider a permit invalid if you change residency. Just like your MS drivers license was no longer valid when you became a TN resident and got their drivers license.
    Good to check the law but red delicious vs granny smith. Multiple state drivers license are generally frowned upon while there is no prohibition against multiple state permits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rolyat63 View Post
    Good to check the law but red delicious vs granny smith. Multiple state drivers license are generally frowned upon while there is no prohibition against multiple state permits.
    True drivers license are a bit different. That being what is it, if you are not a legal resident of a state you can't get a resident license. Once you surrender residency in one state and take up legal residency in another you are no longer eligible for the resident permit. My Oklahoma permit was invalid as soon as I established Virginia as my legal residence.

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