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    A note to our students applying for a Utah concealed firearm permit -

    Utah BCI has removed the requirement to have your application notarized. This apparently has been done in an effort to streamline the process for students. Obtaining notarization on your Utah CFP application is no longer necessary. Instead, the student must simply acknowledge by their signature that all of the information contained on the application is true and accurate.

    For students scheduled to take our Utah CFP course, please visit here to obtain the latest version of your application -


    http://publicsafety.utah.gov/bci/doc...ccwapp_007.pdf

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    Sweet... that's what delayed me sending mine in, finding the time to go have it stamped.

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    OOPS... too late!!

    ;-))

    Just curious, though... Was that change the reason (or a component of why) New Mexico dropped UT from its list ofhonored permits?

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    Mr H wrote:
    OOPS... too late!!

    ;-))

    Just curious, though... Was that change the reason (or a component of why) New Mexico dropped UT from its list ofhonored permits?
    From what I understand, NM dropped Utah do to Utah not requiring range qualification.
    James Reynolds

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