Digital concealed handgun permits are now legal in Louisiana through the state driver’s license app

BATON ROUGE, La., November 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Louisiana residents can now add a legal, digital version of their Louisiana Concealed Handgun Permit to LA Wallet, the state’s official digital driver’s license app. Of LA Wallet’s 1.5 million users, thousands have specifically requested the addition of the Concealed Handgun Permit through LA Wallet’s feature request website.

“Digital Concealed Handgun Permits are another first and another win for Louisiana citizen,” says Calvin Fabre, President of Envoc. “This is another credential being added to our citizens’ digital wallets while remaining legal with law enforcement.”

All Louisiana Law enforcement authorities are informed about the legality of the digital ID card via the state communication network. That Louisiana The State Police website has details on state reciprocity and recognition Louisianas digital credential for the concealed handgun permit and notifies the concealed handgun instructors of its validity.

“This gives those who have completed the concealed carry course and received their clearance a safe and convenient place to have them on hand,” says J. Shaw, USCCA concealed carry instructor. “Holders have peace of mind that their permit is active and in good standing with the state because it is linked directly to the issuing agency.”

Follow the steps below to add the Louisiana Concealed Handgun Permit to LA Wallet:

  • Download the latest version of LA Wallet from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store
  • Add your Louisiana driver’s license or ID card if it’s not already linked to your account
  • From the deck of cards, tap the Concealed Handgun Permit credential.
  • Read the “Terms of Service” and tap the “Retrieve Permission” button.

If you have a valid Louisiana Concealed Handgun Permit and your permit is not found, you can contact us Louisianas State Police Undercovered Handgun Department at 225-925-4867 for assistance. For LA Wallet support, see lawallet.com/support.

Envoc develops, launches and supports complex software applications. Envoc developed and launched the first legal digital driver’s license app The United StatesLA Wallet starting October 2022has over 1.5 million unique Louisiana residents on board. Envoc is headquartered in Baton Rouge, LAwith a second location in Hammond, LA.

Media contact:
Calvin Fabre
225-810-8239
[email protected]

SOURCE Envoc

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