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Old 08-28-2011, 06:16 AM
 
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Hello, I write from Italy.
I just registered in this forum because I have a question on the driver licenses in Florida, and I am looking for examples of some particular cases.

A woman marry and change her last name, or a man change the residence address, then asks for a variation in the driver license. The new card will show original dates in "Issued" and "Expires" fields, together with the date of the variation in "Duplicate"?

I wrote to FLHSMV and I received two answers, both positive:

"When a duplicate Florida license is issued it will show the original issuance date as well as the duplicate issuance date. You are correct in your statement that a person could have one name on the original issuance and a different name on a duplicate issuance. The name change would be reflected on the record history with this type of issuance."

"The response to your question, “In particular I wanted to know if a duplicate will show the original issuance date as well as the duplicate issuance date. Even if the last name of the person changed in the meanwhile (for example a divorce and a new marriage),” is yes and was yes at the time the license in question was issued."

OK, I was right. But now I am looking also for some real example, better if it is a picture of a real driver license (obviously with name and code hidden, for privacy). Or simply a text description of the driver license.


Thank you
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Old 08-28-2011, 07:43 AM
 
Location: Cape Coral, FL USA
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Hello, I write from Italy.
I just registered in this forum because I have a question on the driver licenses in Florida, and I am looking for examples of some particular cases.

A woman marry and change her last name, or a man change the residence address, then asks for a variation in the driver license. The new card will show original dates in "Issued" and "Expires" fields, together with the date of the variation in "Duplicate"?

I wrote to FLHSMV and I received two answers, both positive:

"When a duplicate Florida license is issued it will show the original issuance date as well as the duplicate issuance date. You are correct in your statement that a person could have one name on the original issuance and a different name on a duplicate issuance. The name change would be reflected on the record history with this type of issuance."

"The response to your question, “In particular I wanted to know if a duplicate will show the original issuance date as well as the duplicate issuance date. Even if the last name of the person changed in the meanwhile (for example a divorce and a new marriage),” is yes and was yes at the time the license in question was issued."

OK, I was right. But now I am looking also for some real example, better if it is a picture of a real driver license (obviously with name and code hidden, for privacy). Or simply a text description of the driver license.


Thank you
http://www.floridasunday.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Florida-Drivers-License-2.jpg (broken link)


Note the "Replaced" field.
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Old 08-28-2011, 08:42 AM
 
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Originally Posted by stahltkd View Post
Note the "Replaced" field.
Thank you, this is a good example, but it is a "sample" taken from a page of Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
I need to know cases of real people, and my question started from another kind of license, where the word is "Duplicate".



This illustration come from the US Driver's Licenses manual (Florida is at page 10)
http://www.hr.umich.edu/hrris/forms/...20Licenses.pdf

(I haven't understand how to add an URL)

Last edited by d_cuoghi; 08-28-2011 at 08:52 AM.. Reason: Again, error in url
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Old 09-11-2011, 04:36 AM
 
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I write again today because the reason why I asked these informations is related to september 11 2001. This is the page I wrote against a false and offensive claim of the so-called "truthers":

CeeCee Ross Lyles, the driving license is authentic

Last edited by d_cuoghi; 09-11-2011 at 04:37 AM.. Reason: Error in a link
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