There are three main circumstances in which the Illinois State Police have the authority to revoke a FOID card.
Being convicted of a felony.
Being convicted of domestic battery.
If an individual is deemed to have mental health issues.
If one of these situations applies, Illinois State Police will send revocation notification through the mail to current FOID card holders. Once notified, an individual has 48 hours to:
Consequences for not complying include jail time, fines and confiscation of firearms.