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  1. Moving to GA from NC - CCW Permit Still Valid?

    I am moving from NC to GA and was wondering if my NC CCW permit would still be valid until expiration. I read somewhere under the GA CCW Laws, that if you have a GA permit, it is valid in other reciprocating states even if you change your residency (of course until the permit expired). My question would be - Once I change residency to GA, is my NC permit still valid in GA until expiration even tho I will be a GA resident?

    I could not find any reference to this in any of my research of NC CCW Laws.

    TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeeWiz View Post
    I am moving from NC to GA and was wondering if my NC CCW permit would still be valid until expiration. I read somewhere under the GA CCW Laws, that if you have a GA permit, it is valid in other reciprocating states even if you change your residency (of course until the permit expired). My question would be - Once I change residency to GA, is my NC permit still valid in GA until expiration even tho I will be a GA resident?

    I could not find any reference to this in any of my research of NC CCW Laws.

    TIA
    Is your NC permit valid if you change residency? I read the entire concealed carry permit law for NC but it does not mention what happens if you move.

    Permit Law is here: http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/enactedl...ticle_54b.html

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    NC does not issue to non-residents...and as such your moving out of state could cause your permit to be revoked.

    The sheriff of the county where the permit was issued or the sheriff of the county
    where the individual resides may revoke a permit, subsequent to a hearing, for any of the
    following reasons:
    1.Fraud, intentional or material misrepresentation in obtaining a
    permit;
    2.Misuse of a permit, including lending or giving a permit to another
    person, duplicating a permit, or using a permit with the intent to
    unlawfully cause harm to a person or property;
    3.The doing of an act or existence of a condition which would have
    been grounds for the denial of the permit by the sheriff
    ;

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