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23. Does ADLRO return my license to me at the end of my revocation period?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

No.  Your license is never returned to you if it is revoked in connection with OVUII, regardless of whether it’s a Hawai’i license or an out-of-state license.  ADLRO will issue you a relicensing form if your revocation period is over and you have successfully completed all ADLRO requirements, but we will never return a revoked license to you.  You must take the relicensing form to DMV (Driver’s Licensing) to get relicensed again.  If you successfully get relicensed, DMV (Driver’s Licensing) will issue you a new driver’s license. If you have an out-of-state license, you must get relicensed in that state.

If your license revocation is rescinded (i.e. the license is not revoked) and ADLRO has your license, then your license may be returned to you if it is still valid.  Contact our office if you have any questions, if your license revocation is rescinded.