I have an occupational drivers license that only allows me to drive within the state of Texas due to a (DWLI)charge. (Not related to a dui or dwi, or anything alcohol related). I just excepted a job offer in Nebraska, because my current company is going out of business. My suspension period is not up until 7/25/12. However I need to be able to drive myself to Nebraska, and once I get there I'll need to be able to get to and from work. What are my options?
Criminal Defense Attorney
You are out of luck. A hardship permit is not transferable, and another state cannot give you a license without turning in a valid license from another state.
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