Quote from this site. "To obtain a Georgia Firearms License you must first be a resident of Georgia or on active duty on a base in Georgia. You also cannot fail any of the reasons why a permit will be denied. Georgia Code 16-11-129 No License shall be granted to: Any person who is prohibited from possessing firearms pursuant to 18 U.S.C. Section 922; Has been adjudicated as a mental defective or has been committed to a mental institution" In Jan '06 my wife spent 4 days being treated inpatient for depression. She was not adjudicated or forcibly committed, except by me. It ends up that it was due to a problem with an anti-depressant that she had been taking for several years. The Doctor said that in 1-2% of patients it quits working after a few years and will actually INCREASE depression. Will this make her ineligible for a GFL? If so, is it permanent or temporary?