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Mauserme. Yea I get a lot of that.You know whats going on in Illinois,give people the truth.not some pie in the sky.I know retired police officers that can't get their FOID renewed.Your chances of getting a FOID with the word "mental" even mentioned cancels you out.Unless you are "connected"I know of several "connected" people,with "history" that would keep them from obtaining a FOID.But they know the right people.times over to make excuses for the most corrupt state in america.Its easy to sit there & say "Oh your wrong" Ive done going on 4 years of research on this.Now with the new administration.Party over.

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Mauserme. Yea I get a lot of that.You know whats going on in Illinois,give people the truth.not some pie in the sky.I know retired police officers that can't get their FOID renewed.Your chances of getting a FOID with the word "mental" even mentioned cancels you out.Unless you are "connected"I know of several "connected" people,with "history" that would keep them from obtaining a FOID.But they know the right people.times over to make excuses for the most corrupt state in america.Its easy to sit there & say "Oh your wrong" Ive done going on 4 years of research on this.Now with the new administration.Party over.

If you want truth it isn't hard to find. Here's a direct response to your assertion from another thread. There are others that haven't been shared publicly.

 

I'm not sure what WolfCreek was saying the above.. but I will chime in on this.

 

back in 2008 I was convicted of a misdemeanor (I was 18 at the time), in the end I did get it expunged, how far back ISP can and will trace, this I am not sure. I was convicted for a non-violent crime, but it was me being stupid with a friend, accidentally shot out a window with a BB gun, friend's neighbors weren't happy.

 

Also, then back in 2012 I voluntarily admitted myself to the hospital due to a bad breakup, but because of this my existing FOID at the time got revoked and I had to turn in my firearm and ammo to my local PD.

 

later on in 2015 I believe, I tried to reapply for a FOID and of course was denied. Tried again in 2019 but was denied due to not seeing a medical examiner. I later tried again after doing so, which yes I paid him for an evaluation and a series of tests.

 

I resubmitted my appeal to ISP right after Christmas '19, then COVID hit. I got my FOID back to me I think it was in beginning-June '20. I then took a CCL class and submitted with prints end-July '20. I got my CCL mid-November '20.

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A forensic mental health evaluation will likely run northwards of $1200 or more and is required if 5 years hasn't passed from the moment you submit the appeal. Your doctor alone cannot do it and this service is treated more like a legal service than it is a healthcare service. The remaining requirements are also far more stringent if you're under 5 years than if over. Basically you need to ask yourself if you want to just wait another year, or if the added money and effort is worth it. Of course that choice is yours to make alone...
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