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How to Get a Guard’s License

The Texas State Guard is currently operating under a temporary waiver program and the agency is currently not accepting new applicants.

However, if the waiver is extended for one year, it will allow Texas to begin accepting applicants who are already licensed to work in Texas.

It’s the first time in more than a decade that Texas has extended its waiver to new applicants, and it could potentially be a boon for the guard.

The new program is designed to give Texas the ability to quickly vet applicants who may qualify for the waiver.

Applicants can apply online for a temporary license.

Texas officials say the process is faster and easier than in the past.

“We’ve had some applicants who have not had the time to go through the process, so that’s why we’ve extended the process a little bit,” said Lt.

General Jason Tovar, a spokesman for the Texas State Sheriff’s Office.

The State Guard’s license process is different from the Army’s, which is more in-person.

If you’re interested in applying, you’ll have to attend an orientation and fingerprinting at a Texas State Police barracks in Fort Worth, where a process lasts about 45 minutes.

You can also complete a short form online that asks questions about your criminal history and any other background information you may have.

You’ll then need to wait about 45 to 90 minutes before you can submit your application.

The Army is accepting applications now.

There are also a number of other factors to consider.

For example, you must be 18 or older and pass a background check.

The application fee is $50.

You also need to pay a $25 fee for a personal ID card and $15 for a driver’s license.

There is also a $50 application fee for anyone who is not married and has not had sex with another man or woman in the last three years.

You may have to submit additional information, such as a criminal history, when applying.

There’s also a “cooling off” period for the application.

It will take up to 30 days for the process to be approved.

Applicators who apply through the Texas Guard’s website can submit the following forms: Driver’s license or state-issued ID card; current passport or military ID card.

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