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#1 ChevyMilitia89

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Posted 21 October 2018 - 12:08 PM

sorry if this is another forum I looked couldn't find one so i made this but anyhow, heres my story i turned in my application last jan, and got denied due to answering yes to the 5 yr alcohol treatment class (dui 2001) , I appealed it and my status changed to appeal under review. after looking into it and carefully looking at the dates and contacting my evaluator my 5 yr mark was up this past august on the 24th. now ive tried looking on the website and around for answers and I hit dead ends. i contacted a lawyer about it and he stated if ive taken it to the courts he cant help but if not to re apply and if I get denied again to bring it to him so we can then go to the courts, I looked for the re apply button cant find it contacted the isp they said the same thing a re apply button was on the website which I cannot find. now my question is, can I re apply if my appeal is still under review and if not how do I get in contact with someone to show the 5 yr mark has been up since august so I can either correct that answer to no on that question or show papers stating I was done with treatment on the 24th of this month. any help would be better then what ive gotten so far 



#2 Quiet Observer

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Posted 21 October 2018 - 06:39 PM

There is no Re-apply button.  There is no reason to reapply.  You have not been rejected.  The process of review can take several months.  Some have waited well over a year and are still waiting for final disposition. 

This are many threads dealing with appealing FOID and/or CCL problems.  Here a two.  Maybe they will give you some information.  Molly B mentioned in some of the post can be very helpful.  

http://illinoiscarry.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=70024&hl=%2Bfoid+%2Bappeal 

 

http://illinoiscarry...l=+foid +appeal


Edited by Quiet Observer, 21 October 2018 - 06:40 PM.


#3 Molly B.

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Posted 21 October 2018 - 08:56 PM

sorry if this is another forum I looked couldn't find one so i made this but anyhow, heres my story i turned in my application last jan, and got denied due to answering yes to the 5 yr alcohol treatment class (dui 2001) , I appealed it and my status changed to appeal under review. after looking into it and carefully looking at the dates and contacting my evaluator my 5 yr mark was up this past august on the 24th. now ive tried looking on the website and around for answers and I hit dead ends. i contacted a lawyer about it and he stated if ive taken it to the courts he cant help but if not to re apply and if I get denied again to bring it to him so we can then go to the courts, I looked for the re apply button cant find it contacted the isp they said the same thing a re apply button was on the website which I cannot find. now my question is, can I re apply if my appeal is still under review and if not how do I get in contact with someone to show the 5 yr mark has been up since august so I can either correct that answer to no on that question or show papers stating I was done with treatment on the 24th of this month. any help would be better then what ive gotten so far 

 

I do not think it is possible to reapply while your appeal is still under review.  Did you submit an certified copy from the court showing you had successfully completed all requirements ordered by the court?  If not, go to the courthouse and get a copy - signed and dated by the circuit clerk - and FAX it to the ISP along with a cover letter stating you would like the document added to your appeal file.  Be sure to include your full legal name, date of birth, and CCL application number.

 

The ISP fax number is

217-782-9139


"It does not take a majority to prevail ... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men." --Samuel Adams




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