State residency requirements may vary state-to-state, but most states require that you are a legal U.S. Citizen living at a permanent address for no less than one year .
Move into the state and establihs residence. Register for a state drivers license or ID card.
No. To hold a NY license, you must be a NY resident. If you become a MA resident, you need to get a MA license. That's how it works in every state.
The drivers license from your home state of residence is legal as long as you are still a legal resident of that state. If you become a resident of the state of Texas (other than being stationed there in the military), yes, you would.
Yes, as long as you have property where you have the license from.
None. As a resident of MS, that's the only state you can hold a licence in. Furthermore, states share information, and will not issue a drivers licence (even if you become a resident of another state) while there is still a suspension active against you.
No you cannot. The drivers license is state specific, and you must be a resident of that state.
Become a resident (i.e.: move into, and live, in the state) obtain a NY Drivers license, register to vote, pay utitilty bills (in your name) sent to a your address.
Yes, you must be a legal resident of the state in which you are seeking to become licensed.
Move into state and establish a permanent residence wtihin the state - apply for a a drivers license.
If your drivers license is revoked in one state, can you get a drivers license in another state?
In ANY state or territory of the US, you MUST carry your original drivers license with you, regardless of license class.
Wouldn't be a simple thing to do. The problem is that the car would have to be registered, and the person registering it would have to hold a drivers license in the state they're registering it in, and, in order to be eligible to get a drivers license here, they'd have to establish themselves as a resident of that state (in which case, they'd have to become a resident of the US, at which point, they cease to be a tourist).
No, by Texas law you must be a resident, or a temporary resident (reside in the state for 180 days), of Texas before you can get a license.
First you must be a resident of Michigan in order to apply for a drivers license. Go to the local DMV office or agency and make application.
yes as long as your a resident of kansas now its a different state.
A license is not compulsory in any US state; unless you drive, there is no penalty for not having one.
No you cannot get a drivers license in Florida if you have had your license suspended in another state.
Live there: plain and simple. To identify you as a resident of IL you should get your Driver License (or State ID) transferred from your original state to IL.
You may only have one valid license at a time. It has to be in the state you are a resident of. And Michigan may recognize the suspension if their laws allow it.
If you are licensed in WI you may drive in FL and your license will be honored, and vice-versa. HOWEVER, if you become a resident of FL you must apply for a license immediately. Once you become a resident of FL they consider your WI license (or any other state for that matter) no longer legal and valid. ALSO: violations committed in one state are shared with the DMV in the other. This is accomplished by an agreement known as the Intersate Compact on Motor Vehicle Laws.
You must be a legal resident of whatever state you wish to receive a drivers license in. If you are suspended or revoked in any state - this information is available to ALL state's DMV's.
To become a resident of Kentucky, one must stay in the state for at least 12 months. The definition of a resident is someone who pays rent or mortgage in Kentucky, and has a KY driver's license.
No. Federal states that if you have a CDL in one state, you cannot have any other drivers license in any other state.