Q: If one department in Illinois Child Support releases drivers license, can a different part of child support suspend it?
We received a letter three weeks ago that stated my husbands driver license was released and could be reinstated, after agreeing to a payment plan and continually paying. We just received a letter yesterday (dated Sept 30th 2021) that we now have to pay in full or else the punishments will be worse. Which includes revoking is license.
How does Illinois expect to get the money if they take away drivers license that makes it impossible to get or keep a job. Any advice? He plans on calling both departments to see if there was a miscommunication between the two departments.
The Illinois Secretary of States does have a set of rules in order to reinstate suspended, or revoked driving privileges.
Also, any reinstatement of state driver's license does require a fee.
Naturally, no state mechanism works flawlessly. Mistakes happen, scrivener's errors occur, and issues get overlooked or mistakenly stated.
Thus, you may reach out to the Secretary of State Driver's License Desk at 217-785-8619 or 217-782-8212. Ask to be transferred to the appropriate desk (reinstatement, or driver's licenses). Then explain your exact issues to the live SOS agent to receive the exact guidance how to go by completing this process correctly.
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