I have already started my classes almost halfway done. California has gotten to expensive for me so trying to see if I can transfer the classes to Texas for I am moving back in with family.
Yes, but It will cause a suspension of your license for up to 2 years depending on your case facts. You'll have to file a 1650. There's a legal guide on how to do this on my profile but it won't get you out of the suspension.
In addition, you'll have to ask the judges permission to do so.
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You want to call the DMV mandatory actions unit at 916-657-6525. You have to sync up both the DMV and the court. You will have to go to court as well. You will not get credit for the classes you have done here.
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If you can figure out a way to make it work out here, then I strongly urge you to consider doing so. This will allow you to satisfy both the criminal court and the California DMV through the normal channels and save you a lot of headaches.
If you truly cannot make it work (I understand money does not grow on trees), then you need to first go to court and have the judge give you permission to transfer out of state. You will have to start over from the beginning with an equivalent out of state program (you get zero credit for the half program you have so far). You will be responsible for making sure the San Diego Court receives proof of enrollment and proof of completion; do not trust the program.
You will then need to wait out the entire period of suspension ordered by the California DMV. Once the entire suspension period is done, you should contact the Mandatory Actions Unit and request a 1650 Waiver packet. If eligible, that waiver will eventually release the hold on your license through California.
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