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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 19. Public Safety
Agency 30. Department of State Police
Chapter 190. Regulations Relating to the Issuance of Nonresident Concealed Handgun Carry Permits
7/4/2022

19VAC30-190-20. How to apply.

Applicants may request an application package by contacting the Virginia State Police Firearms Transaction Center in writing at the below address or online at nonrespermit@vsp.virginia.gov.

All written requests must include the applicant's complete name and mailing address. A telephone number is also requested. Written requests shall be sent to:

Firearms Transaction Center
Nonresident CHP Permits
Criminal Justice Information Services Division
Department of State Police
P.O. Box 85141
Richmond, VA 23285-5141

The application package will include a Concealed Handgun Permit Application, requirement and qualification information, a fingerprint card, a brochure on Virginia Firearms Safety and Laws, a checklist, and a return envelope for the completed application.

Statutory Authority

§ 18.2-308.06 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 24, Issue 11, eff. March 6, 2008.

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