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Old 01-06-2018, 6:46 PM
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Quick question; I tried searching but couldn't find an answer.

The OCSD website states that the applicant's driver's license must reflect the current address. Mine does not, because California refuses to issue a new DL when you file a change of address. Has anyone had a problem with this?
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Old 01-06-2018, 9:22 PM
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Quick question; I tried searching but couldn't find an answer.

The OCSD website states that the applicant's driver's license must reflect the current address. Mine does not, because California refuses to issue a new DL when you file a change of address. Has anyone had a problem with this?
Interesting question. Not sure.
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Old 01-07-2018, 8:54 AM
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Quick question; I tried searching but couldn't find an answer.

The OCSD website states that the applicant's driver's license must reflect the current address. Mine does not, because California refuses to issue a new DL when you file a change of address. Has anyone had a problem with this?
You have to pay DMV for a "NEW" license . I think it costs around $35. That's what I did. It's just paperwork and a payment. No testing required.
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Old 01-07-2018, 9:47 AM
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You have to pay DMV for a "NEW" license . I think it costs around $35. That's what I did. It's just paperwork and a payment. No testing required.
Interesting. I remember when I first got issued the new-style license back in 2010ish, it took about two months for the new license to actually arrive in the mail. My interview with OCSD is in just a few days. So... we'll see how it goes, and I'll report back, I guess.
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Old 01-07-2018, 6:38 PM
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Quick question; I tried searching but couldn't find an answer.

The OCSD website states that the applicant's driver's license must reflect the current address. Mine does not, because California refuses to issue a new DL when you file a change of address. Has anyone had a problem with this?
I did a change of address but my license has my old address and they gave that little paper card you fill out with your new address. i submitted both of these and i didn't have any problems.
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Old 01-08-2018, 7:03 AM
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Quick question; I tried searching but couldn't find an answer.

The OCSD website states that the applicant's driver's license must reflect the current address. Mine does not, because California refuses to issue a new DL when you file a change of address. Has anyone had a problem with this?
Not in OC but I know other Counties are fine with the old license as long as the DMV records reflect the CORRECT address.
You might run that by someone at OCSD.
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Old 01-08-2018, 7:34 PM
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Not in OC but I know other Counties are fine with the old license as long as the DMV records reflect the CORRECT address.
You might run that by someone at OCSD.
Thanks for the info.
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Old 01-11-2018, 7:49 PM
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Not in OC but I know other Counties are fine with the old license as long as the DMV records reflect the CORRECT address.
You might run that by someone at OCSD.
For the record, I completed my interview with OCSD; the investigator did ask me why I had the old address but he was OK with my answer once he was able to verify my DMV record (which he already had open in front of him). So it sounds like OCSD follows this protocol as well.
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By this time tomorrow, I will have picked up my permit... 81 days from appointment to issue. My timeline:

8/29 Appointment Request
8/30 Initial Appointment set for 11/16
9/19 Livescan done
10/16 New appointment set for 10/24
10/24 Initial Interview
10/29 Package submitted for Sgt. Review
12/22 Conditional Approval
1/7/19 Training completed / Certification sent to OCSD
1/8/19 Pickup Appointment email received.
1/12/19 License Pickup
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Old 01-12-2018, 8:36 AM
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Sure a LOT faster than the 6-12 months wait there was at one time...
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Old 01-12-2018, 9:19 AM
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Sure a LOT faster than the 6-12 months wait there was at one time...
I was told this morning that once the online system is perfected there will be no need to schedule any appointments; even the issuance of license will be done on a 'walk in' basis.

Gotta hand it to them, the entire process was smooth.
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Old 01-12-2018, 12:29 PM
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By this time tomorrow, I will have picked up my permit... 81 days from appointment to issue. My timeline:

8/29 Appointment Request
8/30 Initial Appointment set for 11/16
9/19 Livescan done
10/16 New appointment set for 10/24
10/24 Initial Interview
10/29 Package submitted for Sgt. Review
12/22 Conditional Approval
1/7/19 Training completed / Certification sent to OCSD
1/8/19 Pickup Appointment email received.
1/12/19 License Pickup
It seems the common thread in all these "fast timeline" posts is getting your livescan done BEFORE the interview. That seems to be what is taking the most time. New applicants may want to take note.
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I was told this morning that once the online system is perfected there will be no need to schedule any appointments; even the issuance of license will be done on a 'walk in' basis.
Even initial CCWs, not just renewals? Drop in to do interviews? Drop in to pick up licenses?

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Old 01-15-2018, 1:04 PM
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Even initial CCWs, not just renewals? Drop in to do interviews? Drop in to pick up licenses?

That's how I understood it. The entire process will be 100% online, and when you receive your "approval" email, you'll swing by any time the office is open and get your card.
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