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Old 06-26-2013, 4:07 PM
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I just received a letter from the Utah Department of Public Safety regarding my renewal. One paragraph concerns me:

"If you reside in a state other than Utah that recognizes the validity of the Utah permit through reciprocity or recognition, you must be in possession of your own states' CFP or CCW permit before you can renew your Utah CFP. You must include a photocopy of your states' permit if you reside in one of these states".

Does this mean that one can only get a non-resident permit if you can get a permit within your home state?
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Old 06-26-2013, 4:14 PM
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I just received a letter from the Utah Department of Public Safety regarding my renewal. One paragraph concerns me:

"If you reside in a state other than Utah that recognizes the validity of the Utah permit through reciprocity or recognition, you must be in possession of your own states' CFP or CCW permit before you can renew your Utah CFP. You must include a photocopy of your states' permit if you reside in one of these states".

Does this mean that one can only get a non-resident permit if you can get a permit within your home state?
CA does not recognize UT CCW permits, so the way I read that statement you do not need a CA CCW to obtain a UT permit as an out of state resident.
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Old 06-26-2013, 4:19 PM
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That is the way I understand it also.
And also, remember your Utah permit is useless in California.
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I believe that you guys are correct without a doubt.
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Old 06-26-2013, 5:34 PM
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I believe that you guys are correct without a doubt.
Correct. I renewed mine without issue. The problem was out of state residents were getting Utah permits (easier) instead of their home state permits so they cracked down on that a few years ago.
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Old 06-27-2013, 7:52 PM
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I am a Utah instructor and those answers are correct.
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LA County resident here, Yup, renewed my Utah CCW 4 months ago. All I did was fill out the application enclosed with the renewal letter, submit two passport size photos and Check payable to State of Utah Department of Public Safety. Got my renewal in about two weeks. Very impressed with the quick turnaround.
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