You don't indicate who told you to go back to CA. That advice might be totally correct, but I would want to make sure by consulting with local TX counsel first. Many attorneys, including myself, offer free (usually limited) consultations. Since you're in TX now it will be a lot easier and more convenient to first check with TX counsel. If you are interested, I personally know only one qualified Texas licensed attorney. Actually he's the only attorney I know in your state and he practices in Austin; if you reach out to me I can provide that information to you. In any event good luck.Ask a similar question
Start with DMV Mandatory Actions Unit in Sacramento 916.657.6525. California has a HOLD on your license that TX is going to honor. The HOLD will not be released until the full suspension period is over AND UNTIL THE SECOND OFFENDED CLASS IS ATTENDED OR WAIVED. The MAU will tell you about this waiver that may help you if you are not able to attend because you are NOT returning to California, at least for a minimum of three years. Consider this just a heads up of what I expect that you are going to be told by the folks that know at the phone number above. There will be no license possible as you are not able to attend a second offender class in CA and no other State's DUI class will qualify unfortunately... a prerequisite to obtaining a license, along with an IID.Ask a similar question
If you think you are going to get around the CA suspension by applying in Texas and avoiding the CA suspension, I think you are going to be disappointed.Ask a similar question
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