There are no legislative provisions that allow you to carry a concealed weapon in the District of Columbia (DC).
Unlike many of the states, there is no way for you to legally carry a concealed weapon in DC. There are ways for people from DC to carry concealed, but they involve reciprocity with other states, and still does not allow for you to carry within the limits of DC.
Alaska, Arizona, and Vermont allow anyone who can legally possess a firearm (over the age of 21) to carry a concealed handgun. Just make sure you’re carrying your state-issued ID.
Other than those three states, you won’t have any luck enjoying your second amendment rights if you’re dead-set on concealment.
If you’re looking at relocating, check out our States Page. We have concealed carry training requirements and information for all states.