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Old August 3rd, 2018, 04:20 AM #1
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Carry permits and state of residence

Wasn't sure where to put this because we don't have a specific CCW section....

Right now I have two residences: one in DC and one in Maryland. My driver's license is in Maryland. I recently received my DC carry permit which lists my address in DC and I applied as a resident. I also hold a restricted Maryland permit which is a "resident permit" despite no address on it as I have a Maryland DL.

Any opinions on whether or not I essentially have dual residency? Would my DC permit be viewed as my home state as my Maryland would be?

Can't say I'd really run into a situation where this question might come up but I'm kind of curious as to what others think
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Old August 3rd, 2018, 05:45 AM #2
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Maryland's Permits make no distinction as to state of residence , the Permits, and the process is the same for everyone .

As to * your * actual residency , I make no comment or observations at this time .
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The state of your DL may be viewed as your resident state.
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Drivers License

Voter registration

Income tax

2/3 equals your state of residence.
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Kinda off topic, but if you don't have a non resident PA permit already, I'd suggest getting one while you still have a home state permit, since that's now required to get a non resident permit in PA
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Kinda off topic, but if you don't have a non resident PA permit already, I'd suggest getting one while you still have a home state permit, since that's now required to get a non resident permit in PA
I have one, thankfully.
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Drivers License

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Income tax

2/3 equals your state of residence.
DC's carry permit office considered my lease and receipt of payment as sufficient for residency interestingly enough.
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Kinda off topic, but if you don't have a non resident PA permit already, I'd suggest getting one while you still have a home state permit, since that's now required to get a non resident permit in PA
When the home state expires, so does the pa and you MUST notify pa of renewals of your home state or they will revoke your pa non resident.
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Iíve always maintained a MD drivers license even though Iíve been gone for 10 years, and would simply get an ID card for whatever state I was living in to qualify as a resident. When I lived in Utah, the ID was enough to qualify me for a resident carry permit. My AZ permit is a non-resident however.
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I have lost the link, but there is / was a document from the ATF website that stated, if you had multiple bonafied residences, not just property, you could be considered a resident of whichever state you were residing in at that time. I was looking because I wanted to buy something in the other state to leave there. I was never able to find an FFL willing to accept that doc as a justification to allow me to purchase anything.
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