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    Anyone know just what is the technical factor determining residency in NY?

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    Thumbs up Personal meeting with Judge

    Just called the County Court to ask where I can drop off my required documents that the Judge requested, and believe or not, I get to meet with the Judge personally in 10 days. This is perfect, as I always wanted to be able to speak personally with him. This is my final and only chance for that matter in getting my CCW (meeting the Judge I believe is the last process and hope for some), hopefully as goes well.

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    Anyone know just what is the technical factor determining residency in NY?
    If you want a pistol licence, you can be a non-resident with a business in NYS. But you still have to go through the same application procedure.

    Residence? I think it depends on the county. You can go to the web pages of the counties you want and check there. I was looking a couple of years ago, and as I recall, some want two years.

    You would have to show a NYS Dr. Lic. probably proof of residence and some counties want three references from residents of the county.
    Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote. NRA CSSA GOA 2AF CCRKBA / Tactical Pistol Instructor

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    Just called the County Court to ask where I can drop off my required documents that the Judge requested, and believe or not, I get to meet with the Judge personally in 10 days. This is perfect, as I always wanted to be able to speak personally with him. This is my final and only chance for that matter in getting my CCW (meeting the Judge I believe is the last process and hope for some), hopefully as goes well.
    Good luck, and I hope all goes well.

    I'm sure you already have a handle on what you need to do to get over this last hurdle, but just in case you don't, try some of these things:

    1. Tell the judge you don't understand his concern about your past interaction with law enforcement. Ask him "WTF, what part of "shall not be infringed" don't you understand?"

    2, Tell the judge you need a firearm to protect yourself and your family from "ObamaCare."

    3. Tell the judge you plan on practicing a lot with your new firearm so that you'll be very proficient with it when the communist socialist nazi people running the government come to take it away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapGun View Post
    Anyone know just what is the technical factor determining residency in NY?
    It is a term of art, not science.

    Some of the major factors considered, but not exclusive or controlling, are:

    1. Where does your driver's license claim you live?

    2. where does your federal tax return claim you live?

    3. Where does your NYS resident tax return claim you live? (If you didn't file a resident NYS return because you claim you are not a resident of NYS you can forget about getting a resident pistol permit.)

    4. where are you registered to vote?

    5. do you have a place to live in NYS?

    6. where do you work?

    7. If you attend a church or similar institution, where is it located?

  7. Expensive Permit!

    Thanks, nogods,

    Given that info, and given the level of NYS taxes, the NY permit must be the most expensive in the country.
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    THanks for the info. I have a place upstate but was wondering if there was a way to claim residence. I guess I could but don't think I would give up stating my current residency for NY though I would like to have a NY carry permit since I live on the border. Oh well maybe things will change with a new administration both in NY and Federal...won't hold my breath!
    BTW vettehigh Good Luck! Just in case he asks you questions other then about your past prob here is an interesting site you might want to read. Good info for anyone here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CapGun View Post
    THanks for the info. I have a place upstate but was wondering if there was a way to claim residence. I guess I could but don't think I would give up stating my current residency for NY though I would like to have a NY carry permit since I live on the border. Oh well maybe things will change with a new administration both in NY and Federal...won't hold my breath!
    BTW vettehigh Good Luck! Just in case he asks you questions other then about your past prob here is an interesting site you might want to read. Good info for anyone here!
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    NYS law does not prohibit issuance of pistol permits to non-residents. But there are two problems. First, the law requires that one apply in the county of their residence (but a non-resident can get around that limitation by applying directly to the appropriate state agency.) Second, the state as a matter of policy does not issue pistol permits to non-residents (although there are some instances in which non-residents employed in NYS can get a pistol permit.)

    Several years ago a non-resident took the state to court to try to force it to issue a pistol permit to him. Bach v. Pataki, 408 F.3d 75 .

    He lost the case, but one of the grounds he asserted was dismissed by the court because at that time the controlling cases had held that the 2nd amendment did not apply individual ownership of a firearm. Now that Heller has resolved that issue, the case might be decided differently and a court might force the state to issue a pistol permit to a non-resident who otherwise qualifies.

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    nogods> > > Thanks! I am aware of that case. (I read about it here I think).
    I think ach is going to refile. He probably has more resources then I do.
    I used to live in NYS And work there. I don't any longer but do own a house there now. I don't have a reason other thern I consider it my responsibility to be able to defend myself, my wife and family. If there was a chance I would apply in the county where the house is. I don't know how States can still totally den my right given Heller and also McDonald!

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    Judge's Request

    All judges in New York State want to be a part of your past & future. This will be another form of challenge they wish to use as a deterent(In their minds) to either slow down or halt the process while people are being assaulted throughout this Liberal mess we call a state. I would have left this state 2 years ago but the wife would get 1/2 of everything I've earned over my lifetime. I'm Stuck on Stupid! Good luck with your goal!

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