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    How long does the fingerprinting, paperwork take to get a CHP? I live in Meck. County and go Fri.

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    I'm hearing 60 to 90 days. I'm going in a couple of weeks for mine in Gaston County. I expect the same here.

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    What I meant was the actual time in the office being fingerprinted and filling out paperwork. My bad.

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    Godscreation wrote:
    What I meant was the actual time in the office being fingerprinted and filling out paperwork. My bad.
    I would say expect to be there about an hour. Could be less, or could be more depending on how busy they are.

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    I had my appointment in Meck. county in August. It took about 45 min. They werent busy but they were bureaucrats, so ittook a while.

    Be prepared to sign a medical history release form. I asked about it. Why do they want my medical history? What if I dont consent to the VOLUNTARYmedical search. They assured me the search was only for a history of drug use, all other information was not relevant. I also asked if they wanted to check my prostate. They acted as if they didnt hear me. But in the end, I consented, as they told me a denial for a medical history release form would jeapordizemy ability to get the permit.

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    Cumberland County. It took me about 30 minutes (mostly because they were using the new digital fingerprint scanner). After that and dropping my CC packet off, 2 1/2 weeks later I was called to come pick up my CHP.

    Still open carry mostly, but when I'm out with the wife and kids I CC (saves arguments with the wife).

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    Good timing. I just received my notice that my CCW is now ready for pick-up. It has been 2 months since the application/fingerprint appointment.

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