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  1. Non resident CCW for IA or TX.

    I went to NJ to live from NE, I had a CHL from NE, but when I moved from NE I had to send my permit back. I could try for a NJ permit but they only issue to LEO's and security. I am looking at a non resident permit for IA or TX. I also need to know what it takes to get one and the cost, also if I need to take the course there or not.

    If anyone knows about the VA permits let me know. Thank you -Lee

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    IA and TX both accept non-resident VA permits. For information on getting a non-resident VA permit see Virginia State Police - Nonresident Concealed Handgun Permits.
    Its pretty straightforward. Earlier this year it was taking about 8 weeks, don't know what the current wait time is

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    I sent in for a VA non-resident permit not long ago. That one's pretty easy... they even accept training done online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kb0wzh View Post
    I am looking at a non resident permit for IA or TX. I also need to know what it takes to get one and the cost, also if I need to take the course there or not.

    If anyone knows about the VA permits let me know. Thank you -Lee

    You want a permit that will allow you to carry in IA or TX?

    You can get one from

    AZ Obtain a New Concealed Weapons Permit - Arizona Department of Public Safety

    FL Licensing / Divisions & Offices / Home - Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services

    UT Concealed Firearm Permits in Utah | Utah Department of Public Safety

    or

    VA Virginia State Police - Firearms/Concealed Weapons


    AZ an UT are much cheaper than FL, but UT requires a UT specific class.

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