ConcealedExpress.com offers online training and certification to apply for your Non-Resident Virginia Carry Permit that can be used in over half the country. The good news is that your resident and non-resident Virginia concealed carry permit is still recognized in most U.S. states. These are:
Alabama,Alaska,Arizona,Arkansas,Georgia,Idaho,Iowa,Indiana,Kansas,Kentucky,Louisiana,Missouri,Mississippi,Montana,Nebraska,Nevada,New Mexico,North Carolina,North Dakota,Ohio,Oklahoma,South Dakota,Tennessee,Texas,Utah,Vermont,West Virginia,Wyoming States that only recognize Virginia resident permits include:
Colorado,Florida,New Hampshire,Maine,Michigan,South Carolina
Wisconsin is the only state that recognizes the Virginia non-resident permit and not the resident permit.
When you travel to any of the states that allow reciprocity with Virginia, you must have your concealed carry permit with you as well as a government-issued ID. If you are approached by a law enforcement officer in an official capacity (ex. – a traffic stop), the following states require that you verbally announce that you have a concealed weapon:
Arkansas,Florida,Colorado,Louisiana,Michigan,Nebraska,New Hampshire,North Carolina,Oklahoma,Ohio,South Carolina,Texas
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