The Michigan House has reached a resolution urging the state of Illinois to recognize Michigan concealed-carry pistol license holders, in the state of Illinois as being automatically authorized to carry their concealed handguns.
Recently the Illinois General Assembly enacted House Bill 183, the Firearm Concealed Carry Act, authorizing appropriately licensed Illinois residents to carry concealed pistols. Illinois has now joined with the rest of the states in issuing concealed carry licenses to qualified residents.
The state’s new law allows a resident of a another state to carry a concealed weapon if that state’s concealed carry license laws are “substantially similar” to Illinois’s law. However, out-of-state residents still have to apply for a separate non-resident license. To apply for a non-resident license, a person from Michigan, who has already been approved under our state’s law, would have to meet several additional requirements in the state of Illinois.
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The Michigan House has reached a resolution urging the state of Illinois to recognize Michigan…
by Personal Defense World / Mar 18, 2014