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steve1988
07-13-2012, 08:20
My VA residency is gone, so my permit is no longer good. I know OC is fine, but I can't remember if concealed in the vehicle is good or not. I know there is someone out there who does know.

professorpinki
07-13-2012, 08:27
"A Permit is Not Necessary in the Following Circumstances:
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10. Any person who may lawfully possess a firearm and is carrying a handgun while in a personal, private motor vehicle or vessel and such handgun is secured in a container or compartment in the vehicle or vessel."

"If a permit holder is a member of the Virginia National Guard, Armed Forces of the United States, or the Armed Forces reserves of the United States, and his five-year permit expires during an active-duty military deployment outside of the permittee's county or city of residence, such permit shall remain valid for 90 days after the end date of the deployment. In order to establish proof of continued validity of the permit, such a permittee shall carry with him and display, upon request of a law-enforcement officer, a copy of the permittee's deployment orders or other documentation from the permittee's commanding officer that order the permittee to travel outside of his county or city of residence and that indicate the start and end date of such deployment." - http://www.vsp.state.va.us/Firearms_ResidentConcealed.shtm

HerrGlock
07-13-2012, 08:28
Yes, concealed in the car is fine.

http://www.vsp.state.va.us/Firearms_Transporting.shtm
As of July 1, 2010, a concealed handgun permit is not necessary when carrying a handgun while in a personal, private motor vehicle or vessel and such handgun is secured in a container or compartment in the vehicle or vessel. The term “secured” as used does not require the compartment to be locked. OAG opinion 11-111.


Where do you claim home of record?
Where are your tags on your car from?
What driver's license do you carry?
Where do you pay state tax?

HerrGlock
07-13-2012, 08:29
http://www.vsp.state.va.us/Firearms.shtm#FAQ

The address on my Resident Concealed Handgun Permit is no longer correct. Is my permit still valid?
Yes, but you may request a replacement permit if you wish. The clerk of a circuit court that issued a valid concealed handgun permit shall, upon presentation of the valid permit and proof of a new address of residence by the permit holder, issue a replacement permit specifying the permit holder's new address.

The address on my Nonresident Concealed Handgun Permit is no longer correct. Is my permit still valid?
Yes. Virginia Code Section 18.2-308, which governs the issuance of nonresident concealed handgun permits, makes no provisions for changes of address. A permit once issued remains valid until the expiration date is met, or upon suspension or revocation, regardless of the change of address. However, the Virginia State Police will issue change of address cards upon request. Holders of nonresident permits are requested to notify the Virginia State Police, Firearms Transaction Center (FTC) in writing at P.O. Box 85141, Richmond, VA, 23285-5141 or on-line at nonrespermit@vsp.virginia.gov. Additional information is available at http://www.vsp.state.va.us/cjis_nrcwp.htm.

HerrGlock
07-13-2012, 08:44
I'm going to keep going on this with the assumption you claimed VA as your home of record and you have not changed it.

http://www.tax.virginia.gov/site.cfm?alias=MilitaryTaxTips
Resident Military Personnel

Members of the armed forces on active duty are taxed on their military pay only by their legal states of residence (home of record). If your legal state of residence was Virginia when you entered the armed forces, and you have not legally changed your residency to another state, you are still a Virginia resident, although you may be stationed elsewhere. Report all of your income on your Virginia return, Form 760, whether it was received from within or outside of Virginia. If your spouse is also a Virginia resident, you should file a joint return, using Filing Status 2.

vafish
07-15-2012, 15:17
My VA residency is gone, so my permit is no longer good. I know OC is fine, but I can't remember if concealed in the vehicle is good or not. I know there is someone out there who does know.

The way I understand it your permit is good until it expires.

So if you moved out of state or changed your home of record and your permit is still valid you can still carry in VA.