I understand, thank you. Now the problem is that they have the right to suspend your license if there is back taxes. There is no 'silver bullet' to reinstate your license or make them do this, rather, unless there is a settlement on taxes, I am afraid. What I would highly recommend is to come to an agreement. There is a possibility of doing this in your case, although it is far fetched...let me explain:There is a writ you can file in the court that asks the Court to order a state actor to do what they have to, i.e. approve this, sign that, etc. It is called a Writ of Mandamus
. You can file this in the court. Now ordinarily, you'd lose, since you cannot MAKE them reinstate your license since they have a right to keep it suspended. However, after you file it, you then file a Motion for Mediation and get them to the mediation table by court order. There, they are much more likely to come to an agreement. This is the only way, likely, that you'd get the license reinstated if you cannot pay the full amount or what they are asking for now.I hope you found my answer helpful, and if so please click on the ACCEPT button. This is the only way for me to get credit for my work; I receive no credit for my time with you unless you press ACCEPT.
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