There are a few older threads on this topic, while I hate to add clutter I figured I would share my findings and experience. WA resident here, obtained my WA permit rather quickly and was looking into the OR permit. I contacted many counties and figured sharing some of the info I obtained might help anyone else in a similar situation in the future. I stuck to Northern Oregon and worked my way down somewhat. A LOT of the older threads I found while searching suggested Grant county, currently Grant county suspended their out of state applications so that is a no go. A good buddy and member here of the forums suggested Calackamas since you generally get issued the card the same day you get printed, they also suspended their out of state applications so again no go. Columbia county seemed like a decent option but it was roughly 2 months before I could schedule an appointment, it was nice you can set it up online but I kept looking. Multnomah county, I read conflicting reports about whether they issue out of state cards. I believe they do and even went to the office to drop off my application (DO NOT go on Wednesdays and make the mistake I did, as I accidentally wandered into the sex offender line and came much closer than I ever thought to accidentally registering as a sex offender. The wife got a good laugh out of that one). The end result is they will take 3 weeks to get you an appointment and are about 3-4 months down the road so it is a long process with them. I called many more counties and most said they do not issue out of state cards or appointments were too far out. Linn county was the sweet spot, while somewhat far from the WA border (about 2 hours) there was no appointment needed to get fingerprinted and was an easy process. Two weeks exactly from the day I applied I received the OR permit in my mailbox. Of course as I learned a lot of this information is subject to change in the future. As of my creating this post it is accurate, if you are reading this far in the future hopefully some of this is still relevant. TLDR: I can cross the Columbia now and do not have to worry. Thanks Sheriff Riley and Linn county!