Much of the answer depends on the reasons for the revocation, and the dates of the convictions that lead to the revocation. But generally, the answer is, not until your Colorado license is cleared up.
With a printout of your Colorado driver's history, I can contact the Georgia DDS and get and exact answer for you.
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Probably not until something is done to fix the suspension in Colorado. The question is going to be whether getting the interlock permit in Colorado, or the eligibility for it there would allow you to get the same type of permit here. I agree with Mr. Ladd. You would need to pull your driver's history and have someone down here get in touch with DMVS to see what the requirements would be.
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No, no and no. We live in a wonderful county and can travel, stay and do many thinks without changing our residence. I would speak with a wonderful and expert DUI lawyer in Co. before taking any step that might set you off on the wrong course. Bottom line, is you will need to clear or reinstate there before Ga. will give you any help, period.
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