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Changing name on CCW

This is a discussion on Changing name on CCW within the North Carolina Discussion and Firearm News forums, part of the Firearms Discussion by State category; I am new to usa carry so i'll jump right in. My wife got her ccw in Gaston County. She ...

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    Question Changing name on CCW

    I am new to usa carry so i'll jump right in. My wife got her ccw in Gaston County. She and her first husband moved to Cleavland County. She divorced him. When the divorce was finnal, we got married. She moved in with me in Gaston County. She needs to change her name and address on her CCW. What county does she go to??

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    she has to go to the county she lives in now

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    hello and welcome! she may also need to bring all pertinent papers as to her marriage and divorce papers and then the proof that you two are now married to prove she married you and taking on your last name
    best wishes and again WELCOME TO THE FORUM!
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    Quote Originally Posted by williams_1222 View Post
    she has to go to the county she lives in now

    Changes of address are done thru the ISSUING office.

    Permit is good for 5 yrs...how much time is left on the one she has?

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    i don't think they put addresses on florida permits anymore but the name has got to match up with your license name
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    hmmm

    posted in the North Carolina forum, one would suppose this individual might live under the laws of North Carolina, so, I will refrain from posting Tennessee's laws. Good idea?

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