Think I want to get my Utah non-resident CCW. I understand that this is possible as an NJ resident and would allow me to carry in PA and a multitude of other states, under their various state laws regarding firearms. I understand that the state of Utah only issues non-resident permits to people who have their state permit, if their state has reciprocity. NJ doesn't have reciprocity with anyone, of course, so this doesn't affect me, but it would affect say a PA resident (this is why the "Florida loophole" was closed for PA residents recently - they were carrying under a FL Non-res permit, even if Philadelphia county had previously denied them a PA Resident permit - because Utah wouldn't issue to a PA resident in this case, there is no "loophole" and thus us out of state NJ folks can still carry in PA with a non-resident Utah) There is a very strong possibility of me becoming a resident of VA, PA, or KY soon. If I obtain my Utah Non-Resident CCW, and then move to the state of VA and become a resident (get a new driver's license etc), is my Utah non-resident CCW still valid in VA while I wait for the process of obtaining a VA resident permit? If I started the process as a VA resident, utah wouldn't even issue me the permit unless I had my VA permit, but my situation is a little different as someone moving from a less friendly state. I have Googled the earth out of this and cannot find any info. I appreciate anything.