Saturday, April 29, 2017

 

Disabled Person Hunting and Fishing License

 

A disabled person who is a resident of the State of Florida may apply for a resident disability hunting and fishing license from the Tax Collector’s office.

Or apply online now

Any resident may obtain a no-cost disabled hunting, freshwater, or saltwater fishing license upon presenting the following:

1.  Proof of Florida Residency:

     a.     Florida Driver License or Florida Identification Card   OR

  b.    Florida Military Orders (members of the United States military and their  immediate family stationed here)

AND

2.   Meet one of the following eligibility criteria as identified in 379.353, F. S. by being certified or determined to be disabled by:

a.    The United States Social Security Administration (Note: documentation must be dated within the last 12 months and indicate you are currently receiving disability benefits - 1099 Form not accepted) OR

b.    By the United States Department of Veterans Affairs or its predecessor, OR

c.    By any branch of the United States Armed Forces, OR

d.    By holding a valid 100-percent, service-connected permanent and total disability identification card issued under the provisions of s. 295.17 OR

e.     For purposes of workers' compensation under chapter 440 as verified by an order of a judge of compensation claims, OR

f.      For purposes of workers' compensation under chapter 440 as verified by written confirmation by the carrier providing workers' compensation benefits, OR

g.     By the Railroad Retirement Board.

AND

3.  Meeting the Hunter Safety License Requirement. For more information, click here. 

For more information on what this license does not allow click here

 

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