PLEASE TAKE NOTICEHall County Probate Court will be moving from the Hall County Courthouse (225 Green St SE, Suite 1000) to the Hall County Courthouse Annex (116 Spring St SE, 1st Floor) during the week of
MAY 14-18, 2018During this week, there will be times when we are UNABLE to issue any marriage licenses or weapons carry licenses - new or renewal.
*** We will accept items for FILING as required by law ***We will do our best to accommodate you, but please plan accordingly.
Georgia Weapons Carry License Applications may now be submitted online. Applicants must still visit the Hall County Probate Court to sign their application after submission, but using the online form will make your visit quicker. Please read the instructions before logging in to understand the process.
Drop Off Application & Payment
At the Probate Court, you will complete the application and consent forms for fingerprinting and background checks. Apply at the Hall County Probate Court during regular business hours Monday - Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
- Present valid ID with your street address on it
- Pay the application fees (cash, local check, or credit card with a service fee)
- $69.75 - Original license
- $30.00 - License renewal
Fingerprints & Background Check
After you complete the paperwork, you will need to go to the office located behind the metal detectors at the entrance to the Hall County Courthouse to have your fingerprinting done for a background check.
Fingerprinting is done between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:20 p.m. Monday through Friday. At that office, you will have your fingerprints scanned and you need to pay them $25 (Credit Card, Debit Card, or Cash [No Checks or Money Order]).
The Sheriff's Office staff in that location will take your application from Hall County Probate Court and forward it, along with your background check, to the Probate Court when your background check is completed.
Obtaining the Approved License
Depending on what appears in your background check, your license may be mailed to you as soon as 3 weeks from the date you have your fingerprints done. It may take longer if you have a criminal record that needs to be reviewed.
Your license is good for a period of 5 years, after which you must reapply if you wish to have a valid license.
If you lose your license or it is destroyed, you must report to the Probate Court immediately to be eligible for a Replacement License.