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Just moved from FL (gun heaven) to NJ (gun hell) I was looking for some info on my FL CCW. Does anyone know how to go about changing it to a non-resident permit. I would like to keep it. I have researched the FL state website but can't seem to find my answer. Any info would be great, I am trying to avoid a 3hour phone call to Tallahassee.
Also After reading the horror stories on this site, it looks like it will be nearly impossible to get a permit to carry here. My family owns a business where I carry cash at least 3 or 4 times a week. Any one have any advice for me? Should I go through a lawyer to help me out?
Thanks for the info,
Capt. Chris
 

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well thats just rediculous. i would begin to preach, but it would just be to the choir. i am going to look into it anyway. do you know of any attorneys that handle this?
 

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Call the NJ State Police firearms unit and ask them. Good luck but we don't live in NJ we only exist here[wallmad][wallmad]

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There is no difference between non-resident or resident Florida CCW permit. Simply go to this website and change your address:

http://licgweb.doacs.state.fl.us/license/changes.html

From the website:

790.06(8) requires you to notify the Division of Licensing in writing within 30 days after your address changes. You may continue to carry your current license. If, however, you would like a revised license reflecting the new address, please submit $15 paid by check or money order made payable to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and a 'passport-type' color photograph with your written notification.
 
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