Non Resident CWP Renewal from New Hampshire
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    Non Resident CWP Renewal from New Hampshire

    Does any one know how long the Non Resident CWP renewal from New Hampshire takes. My wife's has been sent off since April 4, 2009 and haven't heard anything yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock 40 View Post
    Does any one know how long the Non Resident CWP renewal from New Hampshire takes. My wife's has been sent off since April 4, 2009 and haven't heard anything yet.
    They're processing everything recieved during the first and second week of March. Hang in there.


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    I got mine 2 weeks ago sent it in on feb.23rd

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    Thanks a Bunch!

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    Oddly enough I got my renewal form from N.H. about 3 weeks ago.... still 'waiting' on S.C.'s? Yeah right.

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    According to N.H. web sight the price for the permit,

    renewal or new just went up to $100 as of July 1st.

    The letter and application for renewal I received on June 13th said nothing about this.

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    Wow. I sent my NR-NH application in last month and they still haven't cashed my check. I wonder if they are going to claim "lost in the mail" and then make me re-submit with a $100 check? That won't happen. I don't go to Georgia that often.
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    I'm interested in seeing how long it takes for a renewal. I have to renew mine next year and hopefully everything will get back to normal by then!
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    For $26 you can get a permit from Centre county PA and that is good for Georgia also.

  11. Concealed handgun licenses issued by the State of New Hampshire to out-of-state residents are ONLY valid within the State of New Hampshire or within a state other than the licensee’s home state that reciprocally recognizes New Hampshire nonresident concealed carry licenses.


    I got that straight from the website...I sure am glad I got mine for $20 now that it's $100....but does this mean that my NH is no longer good in GA????

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