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Fraud Hearings – What to do if your license has been cancelled

Posted by John Callahan | May 09, 2018 | 0 Comments

Has your Illinois driver's license been cancelled by the Secretary of State in Illinois because they found that you used a different picture, a different name, or a different identity several years ago when applying for a drivers license?  The Secretary of State is getting better and better at finding people who did this for whatever reason. As an Illinois drivers license reinstatement lawyer, we believe that the computers are getting better and better at identifying facial recognition through the photos that people took when they initially applied for the drivers license under a fake name or identity.

So what do you do if the Illinois Secretary of State cancelled your drivers license for fraud purposes? You should call a license reinstatement lawyer immediately so that we can take steps and be with you to protect you when you are required to meet with the Illinois Secretary of State police. The next step is to wait for the Springfield department to clear up and unify all of the records and combine them into one driving abstract. Once this is done, the Secretary of State will suspend your driving privileges and you will then be required to obtain your license through either an informal hearing or a formal administrative hearing with the Secretary of State if you're seeking full reinstatement after one year.

If you are revoked for a DUI conviction or if the Secretary of State of Illinois has indicated you for a possible fraud violation, you should contact an experienced drivers license lawyer in Illinois to discuss your case and get your license clear in the long run.  John W Callahan has performed over 1,000 hearings and helped hundreds of people clear up their driver's license.

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