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Old 06-20-2018, 8:21 PM
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I'm told (and wish to confirm) that in Orange County your CCW permit renewal should be submitted exactly 90 days before the expiration date. Any deviation from this (online renewal submitted too early or too late) can result in a rejection. Is this true?
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I'm told (and wish to confirm) that in Orange County your CCW permit renewal should be submitted exactly 90 days before the expiration date. Any deviation from this (online renewal submitted too early or too late) can result in a rejection. Is this true?
I did mine around 60 days, no problems. I think 90 is what they reccomend.

Your post makes them sound mean, they are anything but.

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Its my understanding you cannot submit any earlier than 90 Days, and no later than two weeks after your expiration. If you forget, all that happens is you have to submit a new application and re-livescan.

The only way to get denied in Orange County is to lack Good Moral Character.
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Good to know, thanks. They were absolutely supportive when I first applied and helped strengthen my application.
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When you get the 'approved' email for the renewal.. do I understand correctly that you only need to 'show up' during business hours (vs. another appointment) to get the new card? (assuming we bring the necessary docs/id)
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Old 07-02-2018, 2:03 PM
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Got an email that explained it like this: After notification of successful renewal, you come in to pick it up during business hours, no less than one week prior to expiration. They date it that day- so if you come in 2 days early, your next two years end that same day, two days earlier than previous license. Best Case scenario- pick it up on expiry day. If you come late, they date it 2 years from That Date.
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I already posted something similar, somewhere:

Picked my renewal up in early June with about 10 days till expiration. Was given new ccw with a beginning date of expiration of old ccw.
I was told to use old one till it expired, shred, then use new one.

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Just to add info to this thread. I was told 2 years ago that as long as you submitted before the expiration date, it is considered a renewal. If you don't get issued your new permit before the old one expires, you just can't legally carry until you receive your new permit.
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Do it online, between 45 and 90 days ahead of expiration. They’ll contact you for any additional info or documentation. They’ll approve it pending training. Go to training and upload your cert. You’ll get an email 1-2 weeks ahead of expiration telling you to go in during business hours. They’ll give you the new card and paper license at that time and it will be dated for the day following your expiration. It does not get dated the day you go in, so no, you do not lose any days by going in earlier.
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I'm due. Can anyone suggest a reasonably priced place to go for the renewal cert?
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I'm due. Can anyone suggest a reasonably priced place to go for the renewal cert?
FAST OC - $90
Trent is ex military and provides training to the local law enforcement agencies.
He gets to the nitty gritty beyond the basic checklist topics that the other instructors usually cover.
ie. Psychological response and impact, and legal burden of proof.
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Artemis Defense Institute in Lake Forest - good for training, CCW certs, staffed with civilian, military and LE professionals.
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FAST OC - $90
Trent is ex military and provides training to the local law enforcement agencies.
He gets to the nitty gritty beyond the basic checklist topics that the other instructors usually cover.
ie. Psychological response and impact, and legal burden of proof.
2nd this post. Trent is top notch and really went over the 4 hr renewal. brought up things I never thought of like cell phone is opposite pocket so you can maintain cover if needed and still call 911. Cant wait to go to his new place with the AC that works...
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