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What happens if you have more than one life and health insurance license and one of them is revoked will any other license that you have be revoked or suspended?


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2007-10-28 12:23:18
2007-10-28 12:23:18

Why was it revoked? It's probably a question that will come up at renewal of your other license's. Was it your home state? I think out of state licenses are based on your home state license.


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Your license is revoked for the period of time according to the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd offense. If you are caught driving on the revoked after you have your license revoked for the period of time the judge ordered. After that your license is then suspended when you are serving the time over and above the revokation for driving on the revoked, and then your license is then considered suspended at that time. Usually you will receive an extra year for each driving on the revoked you are charged with. Hope this helps!

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