Illinois Concealed Carry Change Address:
If you’re moving, you have a million things that need to get done. If you are a licensee of a concealed weapon in Illinois, you will need to add one more thing to the list. Here is a quick guide to your concealed carry change address procedures.
For a change of address, a person would need to send in a “notarized statement” indicating a change of address, date of change, and $75 dollars.
Unlike the post office which has a form for change of address, section 55 simply refers to a “notarized statement”. The statute is very simple in its language and I wouldn’t overread this. In order to be in compliance with the “notarized statement” requirement all you need is something as simple as:
I, John Doe, moved from 123 Anystreet, Anytown, Illinois on January 30, 2014 to 456 Anystreet, Anytown, Illinois.
Sign this in front of a notary public and then send in your check for $75 to the ISP.
Here is the link to the statute. It’s not too complex, but make sure that you follow the law.