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Old July 6th, 2020, 08:27 AM #3041
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Card in hand 6 days after final disposition, at least that part is consistent.
did you receive a second phone call? I already spoke with one officer and basically went over all the questions in the app in more detail. should I be expecting a second interview
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Old July 6th, 2020, 08:55 AM #3042
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did you receive a second phone call? I already spoke with one officer and basically went over all the questions in the app in more detail. should I be expecting a second interview
That seems unlikely. I had a follow-up EMAIL (not a call) over some paperwork needs, but not another interview. Historically, that call you had would have been a face-to-face interview, but that - for now, anyway - seems to have COVIDed itself into phone interviews, instead.

Your interviewer will bump his notes up to the investigator in the LD, who will let you know if more info is needed. If so, it'll be the sort of thing you can probably pass along via email. Likely, you won't hear anything more until the whole thing is wrapped up.
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Old July 6th, 2020, 08:56 AM #3043
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How long did it take to get your first phone call? I’m over 30 days so far without a call
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Old July 6th, 2020, 09:18 AM #3044
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How long did it take to get your first phone call? Iím over 30 days so far without a call
Mine was handled when they were still meeting you physically instead of calling, but the first time I got any contact or sign of life at all was well past the 60th day of the 90 days they allow for the process.
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Old July 6th, 2020, 09:53 AM #3045
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That seems unlikely. I had a follow-up EMAIL (not a call) over some paperwork needs, but not another interview. Historically, that call you had would have been a face-to-face interview, but that - for now, anyway - seems to have COVIDed itself into phone interviews, instead.

Your interviewer will bump his notes up to the investigator in the LD, who will let you know if more info is needed. If so, it'll be the sort of thing you can probably pass along via email. Likely, you won't hear anything more until the whole thing is wrapped up.
thanks, I got that call about 20 days after submission, that seemed pretty fast so I wasn't sure what to expect after that. I'm now about 30 days after the call so I guess I'm solidly in the waiting game now.
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thanks, I got that call about 20 days after submission, that seemed pretty fast so I wasn't sure what to expect after that. I'm now about 30 days after the call so I guess I'm solidly in the waiting game now.
Yeah, it seems that past experiences with the pace of things (which were very consistent for a long time) are now out the window. A lot of things seem to be going much faster, or at least some steps are. The fact that you enter into modes where MSP is on radio silence for seemingly random periods of time: that hasn't changed!

Good luck. At least it's not as bad as waiting on ATF to provide you with a tax stamp for your new suppressor.
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Yeah, it seems that past experiences with the pace of things (which were very consistent for a long time) are now out the window. A lot of things seem to be going much faster, or at least some steps are. The fact that you enter into modes where MSP is on radio silence for seemingly random periods of time: that hasn't changed!

Good luck. At least it's not as bad as waiting on ATF to provide you with a tax stamp for your new suppressor.
Very true, tax stamps are ridiculous
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Old July 9th, 2020, 09:35 AM #3048
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I hear there are sample letters available from MSP for employment/clearance verification if, like me, you're using that as G&S for a permit. I'm looking around on the application website but don't see those yet. Anyone have a link they can share to that?
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Got the approval today no restrictions, submitted 5/14. Not to bad, now I'll be watching the mailbox like a hawk
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Got the approval today no restrictions, submitted 5/14. Not to bad, now I'll be watching the mailbox like a hawk
What was your reason? Business?
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