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Old 06-16-2011, 10:59 PM   #1
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Hello all, I'm applying for my FFL next week. I have my business license and zoning approved and my LLC. I'm just wondering if I should include my wife on the FFL application in the event I'm out of town she can do transfers. Any down sides to this? And will the BATFE IOI have to interview her as well?

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Old 06-17-2011, 03:21 PM   #2
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My wife and I just got done with the interview process. I included her for the same reason. Make sure she is listed on all the paperwork, and she is there for the interview.

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Not a bad idea, but she does not have to be on the FFL to do transfers. But she will have to do a form for the FBI for NICS.

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Not a bad idea, but she does not have to be on the FFL to do transfers. But she will have to do a form for the FBI for NICS.
Is this because she would be an employee or business partner?
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Employee, but either way she would do a NICS form

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Do not include your wife on any paperwork of any kind. Do not include her on any financial documents, bank accounts, credit cards, etc.

50% of you know what I mean.

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Good luck,
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We hope everything is going well over there!

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Do not include your wife on any paperwork of any kind. Do not include her on any financial documents, bank accounts, credit cards, etc.

50% of you know what I mean.
Spoken like a married/divorced man.
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Good point on the 50/50. Why don't you hold the actual transfers until you are back in town. My dealer has his secretary do all the paper work with me. I only see him when he hands me the item.

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I ended up leaving her off. I don't want people coming over when I'm out of town anyway.

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