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Asked on: 9/18/13, 8:05 am

I am married to someone in the military and I have a out of state drivers license. I was recently hired by a company and I never saw anything in the hire packet that require me to have a ca state driver's license. The person who hired me sad that I have to get a in state driver's license but the other company that I also work for said I don't have to because I'm married to someone in the military. Do I have to get a ca state driver's license if I am married to someone in the military

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Answered on: 9/18/13, 12:21 pm by Timothy McCormick

What the state DMV requires and what an employer requires don't have to be the same. If the employer wants you to have a CA license, perhaps for insurance purposes, you have to get one if you want the job.

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