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  1. Found the background links: https://isp.illinois.gov/BureauOfIdentification/BackgroundChecks Check out the quicklinks to the right. Quote from the link: "On January 1, 1991, the Uniform Conviction Information Act (UCIA) became law in Illinois. This act mandates that all criminal history record conviction information collected and maintained by the Illinois State Police, Bureau of Identification, be made available to the public pursuant to 20 ILCS 2635/1 et seq. This law permits only conviction information to be disseminated to the public." Good luck.
  2. Apply? Maybe check you record to see what comes up (ISP let's you run background checks for a fee I believe, or at least used to - can't find the link just now, so another option is a FOIA request on records about yourself). Perhaps avoid applying via the locality where you received the felony or where it was processed, someone may have a memory or access to a local database that wasn't expunged and then file an objection on the CCL. Try the FOID first, it's cheaper.
  3. PS check that you are not looking at your CCL rather than your FOID
  4. Did you hear the one about a Russian in the gulag? An older prisoner asked him how long he was in for and he replied 10 years. Asked what he did, the new prisoner replied: nothing. The older prisoner replied: liar, for nothing you only get 5 years. source: Three Felonies a Day...
  5. Don’t forget about the living listed as dead in that database.
  6. Don’t they accidentally knee-cap the children on those raids?
  7. Take a close look at that photo, you can see a “watermark” that reads “State of Illinois” “Conceal Carry License” No need to guess what’s inside, lol.
  8. I get this error (file is damaged and can't be opened) if the file is saved with the menu option rather than the save button at the bottom middle of the screen (appears when the mouse is floated there). Don't know if that is the case with this file though.
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