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    Regular Member kyleplusitunes's Avatar
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    I know oc is illegal in ok. just wonderig if cpls are tranferable?

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    From what I have understood you will need to live there for at least six months and then apply for one.I may be wrong. Best advice is go to Oklahoma thread and ask said question.....good luck
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    will my Michigan cpl still be good with an Oklahoma address?

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    They will honor your MI CPL so you can CC until you can get approved there. Hey they've got to be better than MI when it comes to CPLs.
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    Ask my brother he just moved back from there. Mosnar87 is his user name.

    He has an OK CPL
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