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Has any US person applied for a permit in the new system?


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#1 Offline aznphenom - Posted March 13 2023 - 11:17 AM

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Didn't realize permits from the old system didn't transfer to new system. Looks like you have to apply from scratch. Hoping someone has already done that and that it was a quick smooth process or did they treated as a new permit. This most likely will be the deciding factor if I continue this hobby or not.


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#2 Offline T.C. - Posted March 13 2023 - 9:59 PM

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From my understanding you have to apply again. The new system seems to be alot smoother though.

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