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  1. #11
    I did call on 4-29 and left a message to check on the status of my application.
    They called me back the next day leaving me a message stating they are just now getting to the apps. from the 1st week in Feb. Hope to get it soon.

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  3. #12

    15 weeks from mailing to receipt

    My permit showed up yesteray. Basically took 15 weeks from the point I mailed my application until I received my permit. Odd thing is the permit has a date of 5/2 but was not delivered until 5/14. I think 5/2 was a Saturday as well so I read that to mean the permit office is also working on Saturday's due to the demand.

  4. #13
    Mine has been gone 12 weeks. Is there a way to call and check on the status of the application. Check has not been cashed

  5. #14
    NH permit times will get a lot quicker now that they have raised the fee to $100 instead of $20. I am one of those that will probably not renew when the times comes. That used to be the best bargain going but no longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN1910 View Post
    NH permit times will get a lot quicker now that they have raised the fee to $100 instead of $20. I am one of those that will probably not renew when the times comes. That used to be the best bargain going but no longer.
    When did that go into effect? I sent my application in three weeks ago and it was $20. My cheque has still not been cashed.

  7. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Abacab View Post
    When did that go into effect? I sent my application in three weeks ago and it was $20. My cheque has still not been cashed.
    July 1, 2009.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abacab View Post
    When did that go into effect? I sent my application in three weeks ago and it was $20. My cheque has still not been cashed.
    According to the people processing the apps. If you sent it in prior to the rate increase, post marked of course, then the $20 is ok.
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  9. #18
    Sent application in 4/7/09, check cashed 8/5/09, hoping to see permit sometime in the near future! By contrast Pa. took 7 days!
    Last edited by JohnD13; 08-18-2009 at 02:58 PM. Reason: can't spell.

  10. #19
    Did they contact any of your references?

    I looked at their web site but couldn't find a phone number. Anyone have a valid number they can pass on?

    David
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  11. #20
    My wife's Non Resident New Hampshire permit (Renewal) took 138 days. Just received it yesterday.

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