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    Default Getting Clearances With Suspensions in Multiple States

    My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: fl-ga-tenn Ga has a cancellation on my license because i have a suspension in tenn and a revoke in fla. Ga.is not on the national registry,but Tenn is. I paid Tenn. all court costs/fines/reinstatement fees and all they want is a clearance letter from Ga. to take me off the national registry,but Ga.wants a clearance from Fla. to take off the cancellation and says they won't send Tenn. a clear until until that is done. I live in Fla. and am trying to get my license back here. I went to the administrative review office in Fla.and they said Tenn. is the only one on the registry and that is all I need removed to be eligible to get my license back after 20 yrs.What can I do to resolve this situation---------------

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    Default Re: Getting Clearances With Suspensions in Multiple States

    You were prompted to tell us what state issued your license. You identified three states, "fl-ga-tenn". Please tell us the state that issued your license.

    What is your last statement about? You've been suspended for 20 years?

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    Default Re: Getting Clearances With Suspensions in Multiple States

    revoked on fla.license for 4 dui's in1990.permanent revoke(lifetime) until Charlie Crisp signed law Oct 1, 1910 stating you can now get it back

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    Default Re: Getting Clearances With Suspensions in Multiple States

    was licensed in fl. tenn. and ga.

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    Default Re: Getting Clearances With Suspensions in Multiple States

    You can get your driving privileges revoked in a state in which you've never held a license, and you keep dancing around a very simple question. I'm not interested in trying to drag facts out of you. I suggest that you work with a really good lawyer.

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