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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 10/6/2005 4:32:50 PM EDT
I currently live in the stinking cesspool of socialist filth known as Maryland. Due to the fact that Maryland is inhabited mostly by intellectually feeble soccer moms, idiot liberal lawyers, and about 40% of the residents of El Salvador, I am planning to escape to Virginia soon. However, I will be sent to Pittsburg, PA for training from March to September of 2006. Should I get a non-resident permit before I leave for PA (so that I can use it in Pittsburg), or should I just wait until next September and get a resident permit? Is it necessary to switch a non-resident permit for a resident permit upon becoming a Virginia resident? Does anybody have any experience with this sort of thing? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
Link Posted: 10/6/2005 4:54:56 PM EDT
I don't think the VA permit is valid in PA. The FL permit is though. Check out www.packing.org for more info.
Link Posted: 10/6/2005 6:19:59 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/6/2005 6:21:52 PM EDT by leadnbrass]
I got a non-resident permit in November. I knew I was moving to VA but fiqured I'd get it anyway...$100 and about a 30 day wait...The State PD was top-notch. I contacted the State PD when I became a resident of VA a few months ago...They informed me that there was no requirement to change over to a resident permit but I did request a change of address form. Just e-mail them your new info and you'll get a card to carry with your permit...Mine still says non-resident permit but has a VA address.

BTW...I lived in NY so I know how you feel...I had less restrictions on a non-resident permit than my own home states...

Good luck on the move!!!
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