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Moving From WA To OR

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by Scott F, May 11, 2015.

  1. Scott F

    Scott F Oregon City, OR Active Member

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    I am moving from Washington to Clackamas County. I currently hold a WA resident carry permit and an OR non resident carry permit.

    My assumptions are I will have to get an OR driving license right away and until I can apply and receive my now OR resident permit and my new non resident permit I will not be able to carry legally with my old permits.

    Can anyone tell my if this is right and if so what is the best way to find out for sure.
     
  2. Quacky88

    Quacky88 Oregon Active Member

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    Just call the Sheriff's office of the county you are moving to for clarification on the matter that way you'll know the facts. Happy to have you we need every vote we can get.
     
  3. Scott F

    Scott F Oregon City, OR Active Member

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    Will do and thanks. I live here for thirty years and mover to Washington for nine years. It is time to come back.
     
  4. Stomper

    Stomper Oceania Rising White Is The New Brown Silver Supporter

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    You're jumping out of the frying pan and into the skillet. ;)

    You SHOULD be fine with your current permits until you get your info updated. You have a certain amount of time to complete the info change after you move, but as stated call the Clack Co. Sherriff's office to confirm.
     
  5. solv3nt

    solv3nt Portland Well-Known Member

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    Depending on who you got your nonresident permit through, you either mail in a change of address form with your payment, or more than likely, you go to ClackCo, and pay them to transfer your permit to their county.
     
  6. scott_see

    scott_see White Salmon, WA Member

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    You can get your chl as a wa resident. You just have to find a wa friendly county. Try St. Helens county or. That's where I got mine. Long drive though.
     
  7. Scott F

    Scott F Oregon City, OR Active Member

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    Already have OR nonresident permit but I doubt it will do me much good now that I have moved to OR.