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  1. Have you looked through the attorney thread? Might even be one pinned.
  2. Im not thrilled with someone seeing my FOID for a purchase yet knowing I have a CCL...
  3. I dont know if true, but I was told if you ever sent a Thu update to someone else, send it and dont forward it. If you forward and that recipient deletes the message, you are also removed from the list. Doesnt make sense but theres a lot of poorly designed stuff not really QA tested on the new web site they moved to.
  4. Link?This? https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/lose-your-records-lose-your-rights-illinois-legislature-passes-foid-bill-with-the-help-of-isra/
  5. Yeah, I need a bit more than there was more good than bad in the bill. And fingerprints should always be a non starter!
  6. Was that card date 10 years from the revoked card? Given the Covid rules you should be able to submit renewal and still be valid. Especially with new renewals happening much faster, it might not be long until physical card in hand.
  7. My renewal in December was a few days short of 4 months. Sounds like a lot of progress since then.
  8. FOID renewal opens up 90 days prior to expire date on card so you're waiting until January unless things change.
  9. ISP FAQ Q. What is the impact of the state's disaster declaration on my FOID expiration date? A. Firearms Owners Identification (FOID) card holders and Concealed Carry License (CCL) holders, who submit their renewal application will remain valid during the duration of the state's disaster proclamation and for a period of 18 months (previously 12 months) following the termination of the disaster, even if their renewal application is/was not submitted prior to expiration
  10. IIRC from a recent post, they also changed to ask for 10 years of address history. Also with recent web makover, ISP says a mobile device is ok to use.
  11. You also have an IL state Rep and a state Sen. They may help or not but you can always try giving them a call or visit.
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