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Illini2A312

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  1. Thanks, just to clarify is this true for both firearm and ammo purchases?
  2. Was wondering about this recently. Say you've updated your DL/ID, but your FOID address change is under review. Are people still generally able to purchase from an FFL during this time, or do you need to wait for the new FOID to arrive?
  3. Did you try the "inspect element trick"? Your app might be approved but just waiting on the card to be printed/activated.
  4. With only one exception (initial carry application submitted before the wave of renewals late last year), everything's always been processed within a week before the deadline. FOID update started to move around ~27th day in and CCL update started moving through the process around day 85.
  5. Update: mine went Active yesterday (after QC_Verified this past Thursday and Approved this past Friday), so I'd assume yours should be coming soon (if you did prints). Looks like for an address change at least, the FOID update has no effect on the CCL processing time.
  6. I submitted my change of address on Aug 4th. The foid came about 5 weeks later, but still waiting on the updated CCLI think your right Bubbacs, I'm close to 3 months now, and still says under review/submitted. Yeah for some reason it looks like it starts after the FOID goes active again (haven't been able to 100% confirm this though). If this is the case, the system likely still sees our apps at day ~50ish rather than day 80ish. Have you tried getting in touch with ISP about where your app is at in the process?
  7. Yeah I saw those, guess it'll be good data about the actual process at least if it does take 30+ more days (hopefully not) due to FOID change having to process first. By holding stronger do you mean that more apps are getting issued on time when the window is 120 days vs. 90 days?
  8. Update: CCL is still sitting at "submitted" 84 days in. Does the typical 90-day window still apply to address updates (I have prints on file) and/or does the clock on CCL only start once FOID update is processed?
  9. Good luck to you! My new FOID was active on 8/30 (literally 30 full days after I submitted the application) but CCL update is sitting at submitted 57 days in (not surprised given the recent news piece by NBC on CCL processing delays). Had a friend recently do his renewal, I told him he'll be lucky to get his new permit by new year's lol.
  10. Approved as of 12pm today, Active as of 5pm. Maybe they really are doing things more efficiently.
  11. Status for FOID went QC_Verified today (finally), CCL is still submitted (unsurprisingly). Noticed that my apartment number was changed from format "APT X" to "#X", I'd hope this doesn't cause any issues with the CCL update?
  12. That...sounds like a circus of a process, I'm surprised they even still take paper applications. Was it calling them that finally pushed your CCL out of "submitted" status?
  13. You got both cards at the same time after 5 months? Did you do prints for your initial CCL?
  14. I called ISP back in July and they verified that both cards remain valid/active, just it's annoying to have to wait for new cards with the correct address.
  15. Sent in my address change request for FOID and CCL back on 7/30, as of today both sit at "SUBMITTED" status. Was wondering, for FOID at least is it subject to the 30-day window (like new applications), the 60-day window (like renewals), or is there even a time bound at all per statute?
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