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    Florida CWL Renewal

    Sent my FL renewal paperwork in about 3 weeks ago. My expiration date was yesterday.

    Not that I'm going to meed my FL permit any time soon, but does anyone know how long of a wait I should expect?
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    I let mine expire when I had the combination of Utah and Arizona in my pocket, so I don't remember (I only renewed Florida one time). I do vaguely recall that it was faster (by far) than Indiana when we had to do the latter every four years.



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    I have had a Florida since 2003 and the last time I renewed seems like it took around two weeks to get the new one. The state of Florida at that time any way had a policy of expediting renewals for veterans so that may have made it a little faster. What really amazed me was Illinois doing my renewal in about three weeks. Jim.

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    I renewed mine last year and it took about 3 weeks to get it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhino View Post
    I let mine expire when I had the combination of Utah and Arizona in my pocket, so I don't remember (I only renewed Florida one time). I do vaguely recall that it was faster (by far) than Indiana when we had to do the latter every four years.
    I also have the Utah and Arizona. I had the Florida before I got the Utah, which I just got last April. With reciprocity between the states as it currently stands, I don't need the Florida any more and considered letting it expire as you did. The reason I renewed it was simply because the reciprocity agreements seem to be in a constant state of flux, so decided to renew as a hedge against any future changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark 1911 View Post
    I also have the Utah and Arizona. I had the Florida before I got the Utah, which I just got last April. With reciprocity between the states as it currently stands, I don't need the Florida any more and considered letting it expire as you did. The reason I renewed it was simply because the reciprocity agreements seem to be in a constant state of flux, so decided to renew as a hedge against any future changes.
    Probably a wise decision on your part!



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    Here's an update on my wait for my renewal on my Florida CWL.

    According to my bank records, the check that I sent with my renewal application was cashed by the state of Florida on February 6th. The 70-day mark is only a couple days away, and I was getting concerned that my new license might be lost in the mail. Our local mail carriers are notorious for delivering people's mail to the wrong house. I always take other's people mail that comes to my house to the correct house if it's in the neighborhood.

    So I called the FL Dept. of Agriculture to check on my status. Apparently they are still processing it.

    Holy cow that's a long wait! But at least it's not lost in the mail.

    Just curious if anyone else has experienced very long wait times with FL.
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    For those of you who've renewed a FL non-res license, are fingerprints required every time you renew?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosermann View Post
    For those of you who've renewed a FL non-res license, are fingerprints required every time you renew?
    Yes
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    69 days initially. Both renewals have been under 6 weeks (41 and 42 days).
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