I just made an appointment to be fingerprinted through Orange County for a pistol permit. The next available date is in December.
I understand that this process requires patience, but I've already been fingerprinted last November in White Plains for my NYS Security Guard License.
So I need to get fingerprinting for a Non-Resident Pistol Permits and Colonie Police no longer do this. They forward everything to L1 Enrollment (Electronic Printing) unless its printing for criminal offenses. Anyone in this area have suggestions?
My brother-in-law took the day off to hand in his packet and get fingerprinted, but they told him they don't do that there. I'm 100% sure that I did it on the same day in the same place when I handed in my application, so does anyone know what the deal is with that?
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