Most FAQ’s can be answered at https://www.tsa.gov/tsa-precheck/faq.

fingerprintHow long does it take to receive my KTN?

This is one of our most popular questions. On average we find that it takes 21-35 days to receive your KTN number in the mail. The TRICK is to check the TSA website www.tsa.gov 5-7 days. Usually your KTN number will be listed online long before you receive it in the mail. You can start using your number for flights as soon as it’s posted online.

How will I know that I have been cleared for TSA Pre®?

Participating airlines will print a TSA Pre® indicator directly on the boarding pass. Travelers cleared for TSA Pre® will have information embedded in the bar-code of their boarding pass. Once the boarding pass is scanned at the checkpoint, the TSA officer may refer you to the TSA Pre® lane.

Why can’t I use the TSA Pre® lanes when traveling with any airline?

Passengers must be traveling on an airline that has entered into a partnership with TSA. TSA then works with the airline to establish system and checkpoint requirements and to determine deployment of TSA Pre® lanes based on airport operations.

How do I add my KTN to previous reservations?

Contact your air carrier or visit their website to add your KTN to any previous reservations. The airline also can confirm that your first/middle/last name are in the correct Secure Flight fields. The KTN will be submitted along with Secure Flight passenger data to TSA. Remember to enter your full name, date of birth and KTN exactly as you provided during the TSA Pre® application process or when you enrolled in a CBP trusted traveler program.

How do I apply for TSA Pre® ?

To receive TSA Pre® expedited screening, you can apply for one of four DHS trusted traveler programs (TSA Pre® Application Program, Global Entry, NEXUS or SENTRI) if you are not already a member of a DHS trusted traveler program, or are not a member of the U.S. Armed Forces.

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Applying for an Indiana Concealed Carry License

The application process for an Indiana Concealed Carry license begins at your local police department or county sheriff’s office. The issuing agency for Indiana is the Indiana State Police. In certain counties, you can also apply for an Indiana Concealed Carry license online. If you do not live in a county that does online applications, here is the process you must follow:

  • Go to your local police station or county sheriff’s office and request an application for an Indiana Concealed Carry License.
  • The application is approximately one page long and asks personal information such as birth date, height, weight, gender, and reason for applying. The most commonly accepted reason is for personal protection, so if that is why you are applying for an Indiana Concealed Carry License, be sure to indicate that as a reason.
  • You will also be required to have at least one copy of your fingerprints, which can be completed at any local police station or county sheriff’s office.
  • Once you have the completed application and fingerprint card, you can turn in the application along with a check or money order for the full cost of the license and your local police department will send the application to the Indiana State Police.

Fees are as follows:

i. Unlimited license: $30.00 for 4 year license
ii. Unlimited license: $75.00 for a lifetime license.

Indiana is one of the few states in the union that does not require any certified firearm training in order to apply for a concealed carry license. However, it is recommended that you know how to use a firearm and take part in a certified course to ensure that you can operate your firearm safely and in a manner that ensures your safety and the people around you.

Who is eligible for a Concealed Carry License in Indiana?

Indiana has very few requirements on its citizens in order to apply for a concealed carry license. As long as you are over 18 years of age, and have never been convicted of a felony, you are eligible to receive an Indiana Concealed Carry License.

Where can you legally carry in the State of Indiana?

An Indiana Concealed Carry permit allows you to carry a concealed weapon anywhere within the state of Indiana unless prohibited by law. There are a handful of places that Indiana does restrict your ability to carry a concealed weapon, even with a permit. They include:

  • In or on any public school property
  • On a school bus
  • In or on property that is being used by a school for a school function
  • Any private school, Head Start, or preschool
  • On an aircraft
  • During an annual state fair
  • Shipping port
  • Riverboat casino

Furthermore, the federal government restricts where you can carry a concealed weapon. The restrictions include:

  • Any courthouse
  • Postal office
  • Political office
  • FDIC banks

Furthermore, an Indiana Concealed Carry License allows you to carry your weapon in your vehicle.