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    I handed in my app yesterday. My question is they took no money from me, or do I pay it when approved. I was told it would take thirty days. does that sound about right from other peoples experience ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lumpy View Post
    I handed in my app yesterday. My question is they took no money from me, or do I pay it when approved. I was told it would take thirty days. does that sound about right from other peoples experience ?
    In Adams, yes.......
    You will pay, when you get notified that your approved....

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    thanks I had myself a little worried.

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    Yes, you pay when you pick up your permit. I was told that it would be 6 to 8 weeks before I heard anything, but I got my letter two weeks later. It may take longer for you. I think I might hold a record.

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    I just got mine a week ago... took exactly 36 days ( that did include Thanksgiving and Christmas though ). The process is quick once you get the approval letter in the mail, go see Erica at the court house and give her your name and that you received your approval letter. You'll pay your 31 dollars, they will take your picture and hand you your LTCF in about 2 minutes! Enjoy the next couple weeks of checking the mail box... sometime even twice a day! ha And remember, MAIL IS NOT DELIVERED ON SUNDAY!

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    It's like trying to fall asleep on christmas eve when you were a kid.

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    It only took me 15 days to get my letter. Well, technically 14 days due to MLK day.

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    York Co. takes 15 Min.......

    Sorry, had to do it........

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    Default Re: LTCF process

    so if you get declined you do not have to pay it?

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    I got the letter today,it took 26 days. My only complaint is now I have to wait till monday to go in.

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