When you apply for a MD license, the MVA will require a certified (letterhead) letter from the out of state MVA showing that license is in good standing - the following is an excerpt directly from the MD MVA website - HERE . Additionally, most MVA's are connected via a database showing driving records, etc - particularly contiguous states such as MD, VA, PA. via the Non-Resident Violators Compact (NRVC)
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Unfortunately, not. The law is the law - I don't make them, I just report them. You could try a hardship license - restricted to work. You can contact a the MVA and ask about an application for such - this is rarely granted in Maryland for otherwise law-abiding citizens. Unfortunately, MD is more amenable to giving illegal aliens licenses than someone who has created a documented risk on the roads of Maryland or another state. But other than that - when one's license is suspended there is not much that can be done. I understand you seem to want the magic wand, as I have reviewed all your questions. There isn't any. I am a professional in Maryland and would have given you that information, if it was available.
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