Illinois Concealed Carry Law
While our online training program may not allow you to apply for Illinois permit/license to carry, residents of Illinois can utilize our online training program to apply for a New Hampshire Nonresident Carry Permit/License. This will add to the number of states where Illinois residents can carry than with Illinois’ permit alone.
Illinois issues carry permit/licenses to residents of Illinois through the Illinois State Police. Illinois does not recognize the New Hampshire Nonresident Carry Permit/License.
However, by getting the State of New Hampshire’s Nonresident Carry Permit/License, you can INCREASE the number of states where you CAN carry.
Illinois Concealed Carry Permit
Read below to view the most recent laws, regulations, and guidelines regarding Illinois’ Concealed Carry Laws As Of 2020*
Does This Course Qualify Me To Obtain A New Hampshire Nonresident Carry Permit/License?
Yes. You will NOT be applying for your permit in Illinois. This is for you to obtain a New Hampshire Nonresident Carry Permit/License which is accepted in Illinois as a valid concealed carry permit.
How Long Is The New Hampshire Nonresident Carry Permit/License Valid?
New Hampshire Nonresident Carry Permits/Licenses are valid for 5 years. We suggest you apply at least 90 days before the expiration of your permit to be sure you have plenty of time to submit it to the New Hampshire State Police to be renewed to allow enough time for you to get your new permit before the old one expires.
How to apply for your New Hampshire Nonresident Permit:
To apply for your New Hampshire Nonresident Permit: As a nonresident, you can take the online CCW permit from New Hampshire.
- Complete firearms training course at an accredited site like National Carry Academy (https://www.onlinecarrytraining.com).
- Download and print a certificate of successful completion.
- Apply to New Hampshire website. See (https://www.onlinecarrytraining.com). If you have questions, contact the state of New Hampshire (https://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/nhsp/jib/permitslicensing/plupr.html).
- Download an application at: https://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/nhsp/jib/permitslicensing/documents/dssp260.pdf
- Send application with a check for $100 to:
Department of Safety
Division of State Police
Permits and Licensing Unit
33 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03305
To obtain your New Hampshire Nonresident Carry Permit/License, you will need to submit an additional $100 made payable to the New Hampshire Police.
This class/training is only valid for one year before you apply for your permit. If you do not apply within one year, your training will not be valid and you will have to retake training per state law.
LAWS, REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES
*Laws and outlines are updated to the best of our ability.
Illinois Conceal Carry Laws Updated As Of 2020*
State Firearms Site: https://www.ispfsb.com/Public/Home.aspx
CCW Application: https://ispfsb.com/Public/Firearms/CCLOverview.pdf
State FAQ: https://www.ispfsb.com/Public/Faq.aspx
State Statutes: http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp
State Admin Rules: http://www.ilga.gov/commission/jcar/admincode/titles.html
State Attorney General: http://www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov/
FOID Card FAQ: https://www.ispfsb.com/Public/Faq.aspx
Applying for FOID Card: https://www.ispfsb.com/Public/FOID.aspx
Online Carry Training makes no representations or warranties regarding its customers’ legal right or ability to carry a firearm in states with reciprocal permit to carry or conceal and carry agreements with other jurisdictions. Though the state-specific certification our customers receive will allow them to apply for a permit under the laws of the state for which our classes are designed, such certification may not give you the legal right or ability to apply for permits in other states, including your home state. You should consult with appropriate law enforcement officials, or your own legal counsel, to determine whether or not the certification you receive from our courses will make you eligible apply for a permit in a particular state, or to otherwise carry a firearm in that state.