I just came back from trying to renew my concealed carry permit in Clayton County Georgia. I had this permit renewed before and was never asked to prove my citizenship. This time I was told I need to show either a passport or a birth certificate or a Citizenship paper. Is that what I must do? I AM US citizen. I was born in France but have lived in the US legally for over 25 years in the same house in the same county, Clayton County. I have full blown US Citizenship not just an alien card. She told me homeland security requires foreign born people even if US citizens to prove they are citizens to get a firearms license. Is that legitimate or did she makes this up? I am suspicious because only after I spoke a couple of sentence (I have a foreign accent) while giving her my ID and credit card, which she asked for first, did she ask me where I was born. I am confused and very upset because non of this was told to me in the letter I received, to remind me of my pending expiration of my present permit which expires in March. There was no mentioning of bringing proof of citizenship at all. I am so upset even though I could simply take my papers over there I problay rather just don't my concealed carry renewed. I feel totally humiliated, as someone who went through all the requirements to get legal citizenship to be treated like this. I have friends that only have to show their Drivers license including my husband, who just got his renewed. I am trying to learn if this is even legal to ask me for these papers.