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What are the steps involved to renew your license?

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  • GreyRiderGreyRider Posts: 61 Deckhand
    379.353 Recreational licenses and permits; exemptions from fees and requirements.—
    (1) Hunting, freshwater fishing, and saltwater fishing licenses and permits shall be issued without fee to any resident who is certified or determined:
    (a) To be totally and permanently disabled for purposes of workers’ compensation under chapter 440 as verified by an order of a judge of compensation claims or written confirmation by the carrier providing workers’ compensation benefits, or to be totally and permanently disabled by the Railroad Retirement Board, by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs or its predecessor, or by any branch of the United States Armed Forces, or who holds a valid identification card issued under the provisions of s. 295.17, upon proof of same. Any license issued under this paragraph after January 1, 1997, expires after 5 years and must be reissued, upon request, every 5 years thereafter.(b) To be disabled by the United States Social Security Administration, upon proof of same. Any license issued under this paragraph after October 1, 1999, expires after 2 years and must be reissued, upon proof of certification of disability, every 2 years thereafter.
    A disability license issued after July 1, 1997, and before July 1, 2000, retains the rights vested thereunder until the license has expired.

    Any local tax collectors office can issue it. Just have proof of the above section (a) or (b) with you.
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