DRIVER LICENSE / DUI SUSPENSION CASES / DRIVING LICENSES FOR PERSONS WITHOUT LEGAL STATUS
Illinois allows people with social security and the necessary proof to obtain a driver’s license as long as they do not have a suspension of their driving privileges in Illinois or any other state. Illinois now checks the databases of the other states to find out if a person has a suspension of their driving privileges. If that person does not have a social security number (or does not have legal status in the United States), that person may still be eligible for the Temporary Visitor License (TVDL) program.
When a person’s driving privileges are suspended, the Illinois Secretary of State will make it incredibly difficult to regain those privileges. Illinois can suspend or revoke your privileges for many reasons, such as not getting SR-22 insurance, not paying child support, or a DUI (even if you are not convicted).
Zuma Law, LLC will guide you through all the steps you need to regain your driving privileges. We will visit the DMV with you and prepare for an informal hearing, or request a formal hearing with the Secretary of State. We will also evaluate your case to see if you are eligible for a Restricted Work Permit (RDP) so that you can drive to work. Lastly, if you have ever used a fake driver’s license, Zuma Law LLC can help you obtain and restore your driving privileges and help you avoid criminal penalties. Let us help you by helping you through this difficult process so you can drive without worry.
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