To be eligible for a Texas License To Carry, you:
  Must be a legal resident of Texas, or apply for a non-resident license
  Must be at least 21-years old – Exception: active duty military or honorable discharge, then age 18 or older
  Must not have been convicted of a felony
  Must not be currently charged with a Class A or Class B misdemeanor, a felony or a disorderly conduct offense
  Must not be a fugitive from justice
  Must not be chemically dependent (including alcohol)
  Must be capable of exercising sound judgment with respect to the proper use and storage of a handgun
  Must not have been convicted of a Class A or Class B misdemeanor, or a disorderly conduct charge in the past five years
  Must be fully qualified under federal and state laws to purchase a handgun
  Must not be delinquent in any tax payments to the State of Texas (any agencies or subdivisions), including child support and/or property and sales taxes
  Must not be restricted by a protective or restraining order involving a person
  Must not have been prosecuted for a felony grade juvenile delinquent conduct in the previous ten years
  Must not have made any material misrepresentations, or failed to disclose any material fact on the LTC application

For questions regarding your eligibility, you may contact the Texas Department of Public Safety by submitting a secure email through the Regulatory Services Division (Contact Us) website or by phone at (512) 424-7293.

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