You will have to clear the IN revocation before you can qualify for a TN licenses. You cannot move to avaid the suspension. Sorry it's not a good answer.
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I agree with Mr. Ferguson. You can not get a TN license until you have a clearance letter from IN. Does not matter what your reasoning, that is the law and it has tightened since Homeland Security requirements has linked the state DMVs. Sorry but that is your answer.
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