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Old February 11th, 2019, 08:28 PM #1
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Late on ccw renewal?

I heard recently MSP has adopted a new rule on renewals. 14 days past expiration is the end of the grace period. Miss it and start the process from scratch. 16 hrs, fingerprints, etc. your ccw expiration date is the last day of your month of birth.
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They complain all the time , the last two renewals . and that is with approx. 45 to 50 days ahead of time .
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Old February 11th, 2019, 09:11 PM #3
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If you have an hql you will not need finger prints again. I am unsure on training as i am exempt.

The take away from this is do not let your permit expire.


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If I had a CCW it would be the most important license I would have.
Drivers license, #2.
Why oh WHY would someone be late paying a CCW fee????
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I heard recently MSP has adopted a new rule on renewals. 14 days past expiration is the end of the grace period. Miss it and start the process from scratch. 16 hrs, fingerprints, etc. your ccw expiration date is the last day of your month of birth.
14 days past the expiration on the card? Where did you read/hear this?
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Old February 11th, 2019, 10:07 PM #6
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14 days past the expiration on the card? Where did you read/hear this?
A friend. It will be added to MSP website, i hear.
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A friend. It will be added to MSP website, i hear.
Would not count on it. They say on the site you need to renew prior to the expiration. They ask you to start the process 90 days prior to expiration.
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Would not count on it. They say on the site you need to renew prior to the expiration. They ask you to start the process 90 days prior to expiration.
Canít say anymore yet. Sorry for the drama.
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I send them pretty much the same thing I sent them the first time , maybe one or two pieces more if I am asking for more . So to me it is the same thing .
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Canít say anymore yet. Sorry for the drama.


What would be the benefit to extending the renewal past 14 days post expiration? You are required to send in the permit if it expires and you have not reapplied.


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