Renew A Utah Concealed Firearm Permit

Permit Holders Do Not Need To Attend A Training Class To Renew A Permit

Permits Cannot Be Renewed More Than 90 Days Before It Expires

BCI will send permit holders a renewal notice in the mail approximately 30 days prior to the expiration date. To ensure you receive the notice, BCI must be notified if any personal information changes such as name and address. See more about changing information on a Utah permit here.

Military Service Members: Renewal fees are waived for all Active Duty or Active Guard & Reserve (AGR) service members and spouses of an active duty service member. Service members and spouses must appear to BCI in person and must provide a copy of the service members current Active Duty orders. Service members in the Reserve and National Guard do not qualify.

Late Fee:
• Permits that have been expired for less than 30 days, do not have any additional fees.
• Permits that have been expired for more than 30 days, but less than one year will have a $7.50 late fee is applied to the renewal fee.
• Permits that have been expired for more than 1 year Cannot Be Renewed. You must take the initial class again and apply as a new applicant.
See our classes here.

Important Information

Starting May 29th, 2019, all applicants for renewal of their concealed firearm permit are required to watch a firearms safety/suicide prevention video prior to submitting an application, whether submitting online, by mail, or in person. The video is available in the online renewal process.

Renewal Fee: (there is a $0.75 convenience fee to renew online)
Utah residents: $20.75
Nonresidents: $25.75

Please use caution and DO NOT renew your Utah Concealed Firearm Permit (CFP) through any site other than the official Utah DPS site. There are other websites that indicate that they can renew your Utah CFP. These are not connected in any way to the Utah renewal website. Please be aware that the ONLY website to renew your Utah CFP is: https://secure.utah.gov/concealed-firearms.

You Must Upload
• A Passport quality photograph (2" by 2")
• The information on your current permit.
• Payment using a credit/debit card.

Non-Resident Proof Of Permit
If you reside in a state that recognizes or has reciprocity with Utah, you must have a valid permit/license from your home state and upload a copy of it. Residency will be determined by your state-issued identification.
If your state does not recognize the Utah permit this does not apply.

If you need assistance during the online submission of your concealed firearm permit, please call 877-988-3468

Renewal Process
When BCI receives a renewal application the permit will be renewed for the next five years after a background check is accomplished. A new card will be sent out to the permit holder through the mail. The normal processing time for this service is 2 weeks.

Laws
53-5-707. Concealed firearm permit -- Fees
(1)(d) Concealed firearm permit renewal fees for active duty service members and spouses of an active duty service member shall be waived.
(2) The renewal fee for the permit is $20. A nonresident shall pay an additional $5 for the additional cost of processing a nonresidential renewal
(4)(a) The late fee for the renewal permit is $7.50.
(b) As used in this section, "late fee" means the fee charged by the bureau for a renewal submitted on a permit that has been expired for more than 30 days but less than one year.

53-5-702. Definitions.
(1) "Active duty service member" means a person on active military duty with the United States military and includes full time military active duty, military reserve active duty, and national guard military active duty service members stationed in Utah.
(2) "Active duty service member spouse" means a person recognized by the military as the spouse of an active duty service member and who resides with the active duty service member in Utah.

53-5-712. Armed Forces -- Permit requirements -- Exemptions.
An active duty service member of the United States Armed Forces who possesses a Utah concealed firearm permit is exempt from the requirement in Subsection 53-5-704(4)(a) when renewing a Utah concealed firearm permit.

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