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    How are peoples experiences with Hennipen County?

    First off, let me introduce myself.
    My name is Tyler, and I've just registered with OCDO. I've been creeping on the site for the past month or so.

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    I made a trip down to the Grin Exchange building in downtown Minneapolis on April 12th and handed in my P2C application. Now I'm playing the waiting game with Hennipen county and its driving me nuts!
    My question is, now long does it usually take to receive your permit? Do I get it by mail? Do I have to pick it up?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Haven't heard any student complaints recently. 21-28 days has been the norm recently.
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    okay

    okay, good. Now I can't imagine being denied considering I've only had minor traffic infractions, but if for some reason I were denied do you think that they would send me a letter stating the denial as well as the reason?

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    Yes, the sheriff has 30 days to deny. If you are not notified within that time. Then your permit is approved. I dropped mine off on the 16th of April so I should have it next week. By law they have to hand deliver or first class mail it by day 30. But the lady downtown said " expect 30 days plus mailing time. So you should either receive a denial letter or the permit by the 15th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vii View Post
    okay, good. Now i can't imagine being denied considering i've only had minor traffic infractions, but if for some reason i were denied do you think that they would send me a letter stating the denial as well as the reason?
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    (c). To deny the application, the sheriff must provide the applicant with written notification and the specific factual basis justifying the denial under paragraph (a), clause (2) or (3), including the source of the factual basis.
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    Awesome.

    I swear I can't wait until this is order. I'm anxious every morning when I head out o the mail box. Its cruel and unusual punishment. Good to know that they would at least send me a letter. Off topic, but does MN ever have any OC meets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VII View Post
    I swear I can't wait until this is order. I'm anxious every morning when I head out o the mail box. Its cruel and unusual punishment. Good to know that they would at least send me a letter. Off topic, but does MN ever have any OC meets?
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    is that

    Is that just for OCDO? I guess I'm really askingif you're a member of carryforum

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    For my permit today after 32 days! That sucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VII View Post
    First off, let me introduce myself.
    My name is Tyler, and I've just registered with OCDO. I've been creeping on the site for the past month or so.

    Anyways,
    I made a trip down to the Grin Exchange building in downtown Minneapolis on April 12th and handed in my P2C application. Now I'm playing the waiting game with Hennipen county and its driving me nuts!
    My question is, now long does it usually take to receive your permit? Do I get it by mail? Do I have to pick it up?

    Thanks in advance!
    Got mine in 10 days! Boy was I shocked

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish.40 View Post
    For my permit today after 32 days! That sucked.
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    Anoka County

    Got my PTC a 18 months ago (Anoka County) and it took less than 2 weeks. Utah PTC took a little less than 3 months. My Instructor said it could take up to 6 months so I was a little surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by art kallenbach View Post
    Got my PTC a 18 months ago (Anoka County) and it took less than 2 weeks. Utah PTC took a little less than 3 months. My Instructor said it could take up to 6 months so I was a little surprised.
    got my utah in 31 days (including shipping time), this will be day 21 waiting on Washington county sheriffs department......i called their records department and was greeted by a mean olelady who told me washington county take the advantage of the "FULL 30 day period" i told her that was a maximum not a minimum.......she didn't like that at all.

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