Along these lines, I just noticed that the issue date on my permit is 12/28/06 but I only recieved it on 01/24/07....so it basically sat on someones desk for almot a month before they bothered mailing it to me. That is really pathetic and unacceptable.ArmyJoe said:Ok...Whew!!! Breathe.......In...Out.
I applied for my GFL in Fulton county on 12/12/06. Everything went very smooth. After reading the above posts about the frustrations with Fulton Co., I decided to make some calls today.
I started out with GCIC and spoke with Cheryl at 404-244-2639 ext.2. She pulled up my info and shows where my GBI and FBI check were returned clean on 12/13/06 :shock: . That is ONE DAY after I did the digital prints.
I called Mrs. Mayes (404-730-4640) at the Fulton Co. Probate a moment ago and she attempted to pull my records. It appears the Probate does not have the info back from the Atlanta PD :shock: . Hmmmmm........
I just left a message with Joyce Manns(404-730-5700) at Atlanta PD to call me back. I will ask her if my results are back yet. I'm interested to hear her response. If she does have them, then why have they been sitting there since 12/13/06????? If she says she does not have them, I think we have a bigger problem here since Cheryl says they returned on 12/13/06.
I'll post what Mrs. Manns says when she returns my call.
31 days? Am I reading that correctly?GoRabbitGo said:In no way am I bragging...
I live in Fulton county, near downtown. I applied for my GFL last April, and I received it 31 days later.
My question is, how is there this much discrepency in the amount of time it takes for people to receive their license? Anyone?
I dunno. Are you related to/ highschool buddies/ campaign contributor to the probate judge?GoRabbitGo said:My question is, how is there this much discrepency in the amount of time it takes for people to receive their license?
Don't know anyone who works for the county, and I'm too poor to contribute to anyone's campaign.Malum Prohibitum said:I dunno. Are you related to/ highschool buddies/ campaign contributor to the probate judge?
That's the real problem, isn't it? So, it seems to me that the person who swears your fingerprints were delivered but cannot now account for them is the one who needs to answer.Boy Racer said:No one I called cares about my problem.
That's the real problem, isn't it? So, it seems to me that the person who swears your fingerprints were delivered but cannot now account for them is the one who needs to answer.Malum Prohibitum said:[quote="Boy Racer":m3nv8iba]No one I called cares about my problem.
I did not. I will admit, I do not know what a ORI number is, or what it does, how how to reference it, or use it to my benefit.Malum Prohibitum said:Did you get your agency's ORI number before contacting GCIC and were told you did not exist?
Buh... buh... buh... but: Ms. Manns told me that my file on the desk down there at APD was sent to GBI, it had to have been, GBI signed for it. And she wouldn't feed me a line, now, would she? :roll:Malum Prohibitum said:Assuming you did so, it appears they most certainly were not delivered, and the person who last held the cards in her grubby little fingers should be called to account.
I have no idea, I didn't ask any of that stuff. I didn't know about it. Truthfully, I have no reason to believe anything anyone says to me anyway. At this point I've been convinced that either most or all of these people are either incompetent or lying (probably copious amounts of both). And throughout all my conversations (both Fu Co Po-Po and the Probate Office) they continually reference being short-handed and the personel challenges they are experiencing.Malum Prohibitum said:Did you ask about how your NICS check (see 16-11-129(d)(2)) came out? Do they have any other paperwork for you (like the blank card with one fingerprint thereon and the application)?