This online Texas LTC course is a self paced course that allows you to log in and complete as much or as little of the training at any given time. You can log in or out at anytime.
Yes, you can as long as you watch to the end of the current video it will save your progress and continue where you left off.
This Texas license to carry course consist of both presentation slides and videos that progress automatically. The 4 required topics covered are:
Because the course is self paced, completion time may vary but the minimum time to complete all sections is 4 hours. After completing the course you will be required to take the 25 question test in order to receive your LTC-101 which is the form to submit to Department of Public Safety.
Yes, you will receive the Department of Public Safety certificate LTC-101 which is used to confirm you have completed an approved License to Carry class.
We have a roster of local qualified instructors all over Texas to provide an easy transition and ensure you get your LTC-101 completed as quickly and easy as possible. Once your course is completed we can point you to an instructor in your area.
1. Go to Texas Department of Public Safety to fill out your LTC application and pay your license fee.
2. Schedule and complete your electronic fingerprinting based on the email sent after submitting your application.
You will receive a computer generated letter from uenroll.identogo.com with a personalized link to schedule fingerprints OR you may visit the DPS website “Fingerprint Services” OR call (888) 467-2080 and provide Service Code 119Q91
3. Upload your LTC-101 form to Texas DPS website after submitting your application based on instructions.
No, Per Texas Government Code §411.173, legal residents of another state or persons who relocate to Texas with the intent to establish residency may obtain an LTC. You will need to submit an LTC-6 in addition to the usual documentation if you are out of state.
No, resident aliens and certain nonimmigrant aliens who are lawfully present in the United States may obtain the license as long as they are not ineligible based on federal firearm laws or Texas laws.
You can find the actual Texas laws pertaining to license to carry at the Texas State Law Library’s website.