GUN chl license question

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  1. maybeitsyou

    maybeitsyou New Member

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    I want to get a chl in texas but i went to school in california for a year and didnt pay for one semester ~2000 dollars. If I take/pass the chl class and apply for a license will i get denied?
     
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    onedownfiveup Active Member

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    I don't see how being delinquent on a loan would deny you being able to conceal carry.
     
  3. LancerV

    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    TX Denys for a lot of stuff
     
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    HSTexan Active Member

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    It actually does. If you are behind on child payments, student loans, etc., then that is grounds for denial.

    Sorry man, but you have to pay that off before you will get approved...I just went through the class a couple months ago and they talked about this

     
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    RonJeremey OT Supporter

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    Not really... :mamoru: Here's the one that looks like it applies to you, but it specifically refers to loans made by the Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation.

    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]TEXAS CONCEALED HANDGUN LAWS GC §411.172. 3*[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]*[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]*[/FONT][/FONT][/FONT]
    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]ELIGIBILITY[/FONT]
    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif](a) A person is eligible for a license to carry a concealed handgun
    if the person:
    (1) is a legal resident of this state for the six-month period
    preceding the date of application under this subchapter or is otherwise
    eligible for a license under Section 411.173(a);
    (2) is at least 21 years of age;
    (3) has not been convicted of a felony;
    (4) is not charged with the commission of a Class A or Class B
    misdemeanor or an offense under Section 42.01, Penal Code, or of a
    felony under an information or indictment;
    (5) is not a fugitive from justice for a felony or a Class A or Class
    B misdemeanor;
    (6) is not a chemically dependent person;
    (7) is not incapable of exercising sound judgment with respect to
    the proper use and storage of a handgun;
    (8) has not, in the five years preceding the date of application, been
    convicted of a Class A or Class B misdemeanor or an offense under
    Section 42.01, Penal Code;
    (9) is fully qualified under applicable federal and state law to
    purchase a handgun;
    (10) has not been finally determined to be delinquent in making a
    child support payment administered or collected by the attorney
    general;
    (11) has not been finally determined to be delinquent in the
    payment of a tax or other money collected by the comptroller, the tax
    collector of a political subdivision of the state, or any agency or subdivision
    of the state;
    (12) has not been finally determined to be in default on a loan
    made under Chapter 57, Education Code;

    (13) is not currently restricted under a court protective order or
    subject to a restraining order affecting the spousal relationship, other
    than a restraining order solely affecting property interests;
    (14) has not, in the 10 years preceding the date of application,
    been adjudicated as having engaged in delinquent conduct violating a
    penal law of the grade of felony; and
    (15) has not made any material misrepresentation, or failed to
    disclose any material fact, in an application submitted pursuant to
    Section 411.174 or in a request for application submitted pursuant to
    Section 411.175.
    [/FONT]
     
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    maybeitsyou New Member

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    it wasnt a loan, i owed the community college the money specifically. and it was in california. long story short, i dropped the classes and moved back to TX before they told me that my financial aid wouldnt cover all the tuition(out of state tuition ftl).
     
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    I knew child payments were part of it, but I didn't know anything else like school loans would. I guess Kansas isn't like that.
     
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    If you owe money to the SCHOOL, not the government on a defaulted Federal loan or a refund on a grant, you should be ok. Basically if you would be eligible to use Financial Aid at another school, it sounds like you're ok.
     
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    how would you know you have a refund on a grant?
     

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