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    Question...

    I sent my change of address in and request for a new permit. It took about 6 weeks to get the new one.


    Question,

    I requested a new permit. The only thing different is the address.

    SO can I carry My old permit with my old address until it wears out?

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    I would think you could still carry your old one. Since all your required to do is notifly ISP about your new address and your not required to get a new permit.
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    I called ISP and they gave me a email that I was to send my new address to 'DSelf@ISP.IN.gov'. That's what I did so hopefully it works. I'm really not going to worry about changing my permit. It's a four year permit. So eventually it will expire and I'll have to update it. Thanks for all ya'lls advice.
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    Thanks for starting this thread and for the responses about what to do. I just moved from Valparaiso to Hammond and I needed to do the same. This site is so informative that I come here for information before I go to the state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scutter01 View Post
    You notify IPS and you don't get a new LTCH unless you send them $20 and request a new copy.
    Quote Originally Posted by JcJ View Post
    IPS?
    Quote Originally Posted by Scutter01 View Post
    Indiana State Police

    From the ISP website:
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    thanks Scutter, blond moment had I, just wasn't clicking for some reason..
    You was'nt having a blond moment, Scutter was having a Bacon relapse because he initially put IPS!

    Scutter quickly consume some bacon to regain your edge, we don't want to see you in a corner having withdrawal symptoms.
    Butthurt (*)......It happens a lot here on INGO, get over it if it happens to you.



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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyBeerman View Post
    You was'nt having a blond moment, Scutter was having a Bacon relapse because he initially put IPS!

    Scutter quickly consume some bacon to regain your edge, we don't want to see you in a corner having withdrawal symptoms.
    Obviously I was thinking "Indiana Police State". I was clearly channeling post-Obama Scutter01 from the year 2011.



    What Rights have you agreed to compromise away today? What did you get in return? Nothing? So, you didn't compromise, you just gave them away. FOR NOTHING. Do you place such little value on your Rights that you'll sell them for NOTHING?!

    I'm going to demand that you give me your house and your car. When you refuse, I will order you to give me just your car, and then I will say "See? I compromised! I only took your car!" Allowing you to keep your own house and only taking your car is not a compromise.

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    I did this last week in Marion County. I walked into the Firearms/Records room of the city county building. Asked the clerk for info on the procedure to have my address updated on my LTCH. I felt I was really puting her out by being there as she could not stop stuffing her face with french fries,( which from the aroma, smelled as if they had a "fry daddy" going behind the counter !!), long enough to utter a word. She just handed me a small slip of paper with the following;

    Indiana State Police, Firearms
    100 N. Senate Room #302 East wing
    Government Center North Building
    Indianapolis, IN. 46204 317-232-8264
    Apply on line at WWW.IN.GOV/ISP

    I called the number listed and spoke with Kim Benson, She explained I could submit the information required (listed below) via e-mail to KBenson@isp.IN.gov and unless I wanted a duplicate copy of my permit with the update, it would be on file and legit.
    I worded my request;
    Hello, I would like to have my address updated on my firearms permit. My info is as follows:

    John J. Doe
    D.O.B. 01/01/1975
    Lic. No. 5464542 (from the LTCH)

    Old address : 121 N. Branch St.
    Indianapolis, IN. 46521

    New address 1454 E. Co. Rd. 150 N.
    Danville, IN. 46551

    Thanks, John.

    317-565-8566 cell
    317-745-5654 home

    I printed my request e-mail and I printed out the response I recieved 2 days later comfirming the update. It all seems ligit and a whole hell of a lot easier than going down there. I could care less if my LTCH has my current address printed on it. One of hopefully many things getting easier via the net.
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    I sent out my request for a duplicate license on February 9 because my address changed. I received the new one today. The only difference is that it says DUPLICATE and the address is different. Approximately, a 6 week wait.

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    I have 3 copies of mine.. And everyone of them have the wrong address. Do people really care what address is on it.. As stated before its legal to have an old address on your permit.. As soon as I got my permit I sent $40 to get extra copies.. Afterall its something im going to have for a lifetime.. Incase my wallet gets stolen or lost, I will still have a permit to carry and not have to wait for another 6 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiRoller View Post
    I did this last week in Marion County. I walked into the Firearms/Records room of the city county building. Asked the clerk for info on the procedure to have my address updated on my LTCH. I felt I was really puting her out by being there as she could not stop stuffing her face with french fries,( which from the aroma, smelled as if they had a "fry daddy" going behind the counter !!), long enough to utter a word. She just handed me a small slip of paper with the following;

    Indiana State Police, Firearms
    100 N. Senate Room #302 East wing
    Government Center North Building
    Indianapolis, IN. 46204 317-232-8264
    Apply on line at WWW.IN.GOV/ISP

    I called the number listed and spoke with Kim Benson, She explained I could submit the information required (listed below) via e-mail to KBenson@isp.IN.gov and unless I wanted a duplicate copy of my permit with the update, it would be on file and legit.
    I worded my request;
    Hello, I would like to have my address updated on my firearms permit. My info is as follows:

    John J. Doe
    D.O.B. 01/01/1975
    Lic. No. 5464542 (from the LTCH)

    Old address : 121 N. Branch St.
    Indianapolis, IN. 46521

    New address 1454 E. Co. Rd. 150 N.
    Danville, IN. 46551

    Thanks, John.

    317-565-8566 cell
    317-745-5654 home

    I printed my request e-mail and I printed out the response I recieved 2 days later comfirming the update. It all seems ligit and a whole hell of a lot easier than going down there. I could care less if my LTCH has my current address printed on it. One of hopefully many things getting easier via the net.
    So I did this last week and I didn't get a response. Has Kim Benson gotten a different job? Can I send someone else the email and change my address?

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