PA non-resident permit arrived!

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    PA non-resident permit arrived!

    I sent the application, check and copies of my DL & CWP about two weeks ago, can't believe it already arrived, what excellent turn around! Now I am legal in georgia, among other places.

    BTW I have to mail two signed copies of the permit back to an address in PA, however, there isn't an adressee listed anyone familiar with this process?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shooterX View Post
    I sent the application, check and copies of my DL & CWP about two weeks ago, can't believe it already arrived, what excellent turn around! Now I am legal in georgia, among other places.

    BTW I have to mail two signed copies of the permit back to an address in PA, however, there isn't an adressee listed anyone familiar with this process?
    Nevrmind I figured it out, duh, its the address for the Centre County sheriff's Office!

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    Wow, that's pretty fast. Congrats!
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    Yes. Centre County sheriff's Office was good to me too, 26 days I think.

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    Congrats on the permit and the turn around time!
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    I received mine this past Wednesday. Received it 9 days from the day I put it in the mail. I couldn't believe I had it so fast.

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    Mail to return - 9 days.
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    Congrats on the permit it took me 9 days to get mine! Extremely quick and they're very good to work with!
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    Wow I am very impressed with this Sheriff's office, the process takes so much longer here, and in other places as I gather from comments on the forum!!!

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    I agree...Sheriff Nau, is on top of things...too bad they're aren't more sheriff's like him...
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    Nice! Congrats!
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    Sheriff Nau is GREAT when it comes to turn around time, wish that my area sheriff, Sheriff Martin was that quick. Took almost ALL of the 45 days for mine... Worst part is IM A RESIDENT HERE and have been for 15 years...
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    Yep, Sheriff Nau is top notch. Mine was 12 days from my mailbox out back to my mailbox in. And that included the Thanksgiving holiday and no mail delivery. Faster response than my own state's resident process.

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    I just got my PA permit as well, (I'm an IL res) it only took 8 days for mine to come in. Haha. Gotta love a quick turnaround.

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