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    NH Non Resident

    I finally got my NH non-resident permit in the mail yesterday I had sent it in for renewal in Apr I called in July because I hadn't gotten it and the very nice young lady at the state police said they were way behind and the price had gone from $20.00 to $100.00 I asked if I needed to send her the other $80. she said no the price had gone up in Jun so I was covered till next time all in all very nice prople to deal with

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    From $20 to $100? Yeesh that's quite a rate hike.

    It's amazing how that happens. They jack up the prices on things like CWP permits because they know the law-abiding citizens who are seeking one will pay whatever fees or taxes the law requires rather than going after all the tax evaders that are getting a free pass. I can't say I'm surprised.
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    yep, here it is. $100 now.

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    I'm thinking they are going to get a lot less business.
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    Got mine just in time :-)

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    That is a steep jump!

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    I filed mine on April 20, so I should be receiving it soon. It is a steep price hike from $20 to $100, but that is the supply and demand thing at work. If you don't like the price, keep shopping I guess. Pennslyvania's non resident permit is still $26.00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdm320 View Post
    From $20 to $100? Yeesh that's quite a rate hike.

    It's amazing how that happens. They jack up the prices on things like CWP permits because they know the law-abiding citizens who are seeking one will pay whatever fees or taxes the law requires rather than going after all the tax evaders that are getting a free pass. I can't say I'm surprised.
    I don't see it quite that way, considering that NH did not raise the fee for a resident permit.

    I think they saw it simply as a way to increase permit revenue without causing a stink amongst NH tax payers. Let the non-residents foot the total bill for the increase instead of splitting it between them and the locals.

    It may be semantics, but I see a difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Majorlk View Post
    I don't see it quite that way, considering that NH did not raise the fee for a resident permit.

    I think they saw it simply as a way to increase permit revenue without causing a stink amongst NH tax payers. Let the non-residents foot the total bill for the increase instead of splitting it between them and the locals.

    It may be semantics, but I see a difference.
    If they didn't raise the price for residence that's great. I'm sorry to say that when mine expires I won't be renwing because of their price increase, I'll look into Florida or Utah when that happens. The price is comparible but those have many more states than NH anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doctruptwn View Post
    If they didn't raise the price for residence that's great. I'm sorry to say that when mine expires I won't be renwing because of their price increase, I'll look into Florida or Utah when that happens. The price is comparible but those have many more states than NH anyway.
    Ditto. I originally got the NH permit for a trip to Wyoming and it was quick, easy and economical. It's still easy, quicker than most but no longer economical and now that I have a Utah permit, the only state it ads for me is NH itself which, especially since I'd have to travel through NY to get to NH, I never plan to visit so I'll not be renewing my NH permit either.

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    me neither

    I will not be renewing mine either!!!!!!!!!!!111111



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    Quote Originally Posted by Majorlk View Post
    I don't see it quite that way, considering that NH did not raise the fee for a resident permit.

    I think they saw it simply as a way to increase permit revenue without causing a stink amongst NH tax payers. Let the non-residents foot the total bill for the increase instead of splitting it between them and the locals.

    It may be semantics, but I see a difference.
    All the more reason to be lobbying for a reciprocity universal agreement; resident/non-resident permits recognized by all states

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    It will kill all revenue for the non resident

    I and many others will not go back to NH for the non resident ccw permit.

    $100 is way to high for a pittance of a CCW permit. They are killing their cash cow.

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    I got mine just recently, before the fee went up. You can kind of expect it due to the increase in applications, but to jump $80 at one whack is kind of hard to handle. The only reason I did is to be able to carry in Georgia when I go to Florida in September. Georgia doesn't recognize West Virginia and vice versa. They will, however recognize a NH Non-Res. permit. Mine is good now for 5 years, and at the end of that time, I may or may not renew it, depending upon the circumstances. WV could get reciprocity with other states that don't currently honor us.
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