If you are found to have provided false or incorrect information on your application for a driver’s license, your license will be

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  • suspended.
  • disqualified.
  • revoked.

Explanation

If you are found to have provided false or incorrect information on your application for a driver's license, your license will be canceled. You may also face criminal penalties including a fine and jail time if you are convicted of doing it deliberately. You may apply for a new license, but you'll have to meet all the licensing requirements again. , ,

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