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CT Non-Resident CCW Permit - renewed in person today (my experience)


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#41 NYC_Under_Dictatorship

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Posted October 21 2020 - 09:29 PM

Yes I did get fingerprints cards

Cool! Please make sure the officer printing the cards for the day, print correctly. Ct. state police are notorious for rejecting cards...



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Posted October 22 2020 - 08:21 AM

Thank you

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Posted October 22 2020 - 10:46 AM

Cool! Please make sure the officer printing the cards for the day, print correctly. Ct. state police are notorious for rejecting cards...

Most of the older police officers have knowledge and experience rolling ink prints cards. The most important thing for you to check is that the officer write down their name and put the Agency name and address on the print card. Let the officer do the work, don’t put pressure as that will smudge them.
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Posted October 22 2020 - 11:41 AM

Most of the older police officers have knowledge and experience rolling ink prints cards. The most important thing for you to check is that the officer write down their name and put the Agency name and address on the print card. Let the officer do the work, don’t put pressure as that will smudge them.


Actually the officer that took my prints mentioned they don't get a lot of practice doing the ink prints because everything is now done electronically.
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Posted October 22 2020 - 12:37 PM

Do they REQUIRE ink prints? because there are numerous places you can to that do it electronically, NYS accepts it for professional licenses etc.



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Posted October 22 2020 - 04:02 PM

Do they REQUIRE ink prints? because there are numerous places you can to that do it electronically, NYS accepts it for professional licenses etc.


I know the OP is applying for the CT license but FL requires the fingerprint card or the prints can be furnish electronically but it has to be done by an agency in FL. In a search for information on CT it appears the actual cards have to be submitted.

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Posted October 22 2020 - 05:47 PM

Actually the officer that took my prints mentioned they don't get a lot of practice doing the ink prints because everything is now done electronically.

Live scan was being used for almost 20 years now with most Law Enforcement Agencies . In the police academy, fingerprinting was part of the training. This is why I said most older police officers know how to roll prints.
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Posted October 22 2020 - 10:42 PM

I know the OP is applying for the CT license but FL requires the fingerprint card or the prints can be furnish electronically but it has to be done by an agency in FL. In a search for information on CT it appears the actual cards have to be submitted.

 

 

I renewed my FL CCW in person back in February before the pandemic hit. I went to the local CCW office in West Palm Beach and they processed my payment by credit card, took electronic fingerprints, took my photo and had me fill out an electronic application on one of their computers. I was probably in and out on 25-30 minutes


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Posted October 27 2020 - 04:32 PM

I received my renewal CT non resident in the mail today. Unfortunately, they’re running behind schedule. When I called they didn’t allow in person renewal because of Covid. They have a 90 day extension if you are expired.
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Posted October 28 2020 - 08:47 AM

I received my renewal CT non resident in the mail today. Unfortunately, they’re running behind schedule. When I called they didn’t allow in person renewal because of Covid. They have a 90 day extension if you are expired.

 

Wow, that's good to know. Too bad they cannot make any special accomodation to renew in person even if its by appointment.

 

The good thing with in person renewal with CT is that they print and hand you the new CCW card on the spot.


Edited by Mr. Shotgun, October 28 2020 - 08:48 AM.





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