The Court only took my license for 6 months and that time has past.
The two states share driver license information. If you are revoked in Nebraska, your revocation may be flagged when you apply for a license in Iowa. I don't believe Iowa would issue a driver's license until you satisfy the requirements to have your privileges reinstated in Nebraska.
While I do not practice in Nebraska or Iowa, my experience with the Interstate Compact on Driver Licenses tells me that you will need to satisfy the conditions for reinstatement in Nebraska before being eligible for licensing in Iowa.
Every case and situation is different and vary greatly depending on specific facts. My posts are not to be considered complete answers to each question. My posts do not constitute an attorney/client relationship.
States share driver license information. You need to resolve the issues in Nebraska. Appeal the revocation, or if the law is like Ohio, then after a time you can petition the court for limited driving rights. If your home state is not Nebraska, you might check to see if there is a way for your home state to assume jurisdiction. Ohio passed a law that can do that in some circumstances last year.
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