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Greetings all....new member and have a question for CCDW folks...on the reference questionnaires that non-family members (and citizens of your county of residence) must sign and attest to for your application, can an individual who signed for someone else previously also sign for me?
 

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Welcome to the forums from the Wiregrass! I'm embarrassed to say I can't help because I don't understand your question. Could you clarify it a bit for us foggy old folks?
 

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Without knowing where you live, no one here can possibly answer that question. You need to phone whatever organization issues the permits and ask THEM. (State? County Sheriff? What?) All you can get here are guesses.
 

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This all depends on the jurisdiction that you live in, and the legal process that they have established.

Generally, there should be no restriction on whomever attests to your reliability for a concealed carry permit. But... you need to check with your local laws and the process they follow. Call the agency that is responsible for processing and issuing your application.
 
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You need references? Are you applying for a license or a job?
 

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Different countries/states have different rules
 

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Greetings all....new member and have a question for CCDW folks...on the reference questionnaires that non-family members (and citizens of your county of residence) must sign and attest to for your application, can an individual who signed for someone else previously also sign for me?
The state is Delaware. Cant seem to find anything that references whether or not a person can be a repeat reference on different questionnaires (for different people).
 
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