But is it not true that a card of the govt can’t be frozen
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There is obviously much more to this question. Why are you concerned about any card being frozen? If you have a legitimate concern about a legal issue, you should consult with an attorney.
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Your question is cryptic.
"But is it not true that a card of the govt can’t be frozen".... what does this even mean?
Even eliminating the double negative... "But is it true that a card of the govt can be frozen?"... still what does this mean?
"Can cars be frozen"? Sure. Ever been to Michigan in Winter?
Anything the government gives you can be "frozen" (e.g. passport, driver license, green card, etc). As to a car, the government likely didn't give it to you but they can effectively "freeze" the license plate, registration and your DL. They can also "boot" or impound a vehicle. BUT... when the government takes any such action then you are always going to be afforded due process (i.e. notice and an opportunity to be heard).
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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card of government?
cars be frozen?
I have no idea what you are asking