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What type of license are you referring to? Driver's license or something else?
If it is your DL, why was it revoked?
Sorry for the delay, had to step away from my computer for a bit... Just a couple minutes while I look something up..
Ok, if you were revoked due to a third DUI, then you would have to comply with whatever requirements are in your state in order to get your driving privileges reinstated. You typically wouldn't have to submit any personal health information in order to get reinstated, you just have to prove that you have served any suspension time, and complied with any court ordered tasks, like attending alcohol education classes, paying any fines and court costs, and anything else that was mandated.
If you can tell me what state you are in, I can see what they typical requirements are in a situation where there are multiple offenses like this..
Ok, just a few more minutes..
This is what the State of Illinois says about reinstatement after revocation and what is necessary:
To have driving privileges reinstated, a driver convicted of DUI must:
So as you can see, the only potentially HIPAA related information that is necessary is proof of treatment. But that wouldn't have to go into any great detail, just state that you had successfully completed any treatment program.
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