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Old August 6th, 2019, 08:37 PM #11
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Yes I too would like a little clarification on what current permit holders who are also business owners are supposed to do. I found the form which is super simple to fill out. What are we supposed to put in the provided area for reason of modification. Are we simply supposed to State this change... fold it up with a check for ten bucks and mail it off and we're good.

I clearly know MSP understands my business... We spent 45 minutes talking about it and how it works. Hell he even booked an appointment. Lol. I had a mountain of paperwork for him with taxes, LLC, insurance documents, employee information $500k in deposit and sales made at 3 different banks... I left a lasting memory! Lmao!

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Request for updated restriction verbage as a business owner (Unrestricted).
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Old August 6th, 2019, 09:34 PM #12
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Yes, All you need to do is request a new card with the current wording which would be no restrictions. Cost $10.00
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Old August 6th, 2019, 10:35 PM #13
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Yes, All you need to do is request a new card with the current wording which would be no restrictions. Cost $10.00
Anyone else have an issue with the $10.00? I mean you would think at this point they would just automatically mail an unrestricted permit rather then us having to request it and pay even more $$$$

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Old August 6th, 2019, 10:41 PM #14
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Anyone else have an issue with the $10.00? I mean you would think at this point they would just automatically mail an unrestricted permit rather then us having to request it and pay even more $$$$

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I assume the review would be easier, and cheaper, than a modification request. Are you suggesting there is an alternative?
It looks like a printed out and trivially completed change form, $10 an envelope and a stamp. Save yourself the drive/interview time and hassle, and be done with it. Now, if you're already in the neighborhood of the MSP LD and are willing to deal with the rush they're definitely going to be experiencing to handle phone calls and the like, then sure. But why not just send in the piece of paper and be done with it? Life's too short to spend more face time with them for no reason.
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It looks like a printed out and trivially completed change form, $10 an envelope and a stamp. Save yourself the drive/interview time and hassle, and be done with it. Now, if you're already in the neighborhood of the MSP LD and are willing to deal with the rush they're definitely going to be experiencing to handle phone calls and the like, then sure. But why not just send in the piece of paper and be done with it? Life's too short to spend more face time with them for no reason.
This is good advice.
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I wonder if i could put 3 forms in one envelope and one check for 30.00 ? instead of three separate checks for 10.00 each .
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A small step but at least its in the right direction.
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