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Posted: 10/23/2016 11:00:04 AM EDT
We just found out yesterday that our landowner has sold the property, which we leased, our lease was up Oct. 31.  We will be moving intra-state, to our sons for just a couple of months until we secure a new condo.  I have a suppressor in a trust, I have printed the 5320.20 to mail to ATF.  I assume I should put my sons address, even though it is temporary.  Then, when we find another place to live, re-send the updated address to the ATF??  Is my information correct?  Now, I only have about 8 days to move out.  Does the form have to be pre-approved?  If yes, I don't have enough time, what to do?
Will I need to place my son as a trustee on my trust?  Even though we will only be there for a couple months? Fyi, he has zero interest in my shooting hardware.  I know, I don't get it either, we hunted together while he lived at home.
Link Posted: 10/23/2016 12:32:08 PM EDT
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If you're staying in the same state, you need to notify for inter state travel.
Link Posted: 10/23/2016 2:35:40 PM EDT
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Link Posted: 10/23/2016 8:10:25 PM EDT
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Yeah, no action required on your part. Once you get settled, you could send them form in for a records update for an intrastate move. (Assuming by what I'm reading neither your temp or perm location is out-of-state)
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Yep I'm moving in state, I appreciate your help.
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