GA and CA share DMV records. If one of the states has the license suspended (as for an unpaid ticket), the other will to. The only way to clear it up is to pay the ticket/resolve the issue, and GA will lift the suspension and let CA know.
Also, I am guessing she paid for reinstatement in GA. IF NOT, then this may be the issue! See here
. It can be done online for many cases including nonappearance/speeding. If this has not been done, it should be, as this may be the problem.
If this has been done and GA and CA are simply dancing around each other, I am afraid that the best, ***** ***** way is to retain counsel to thoroughly investigate and see where the issue IS. They will find it, and resolve it. It may simply need a hands on approach. Likely, it will not be that costly, at least. Worst case scenario - and unlikely - attorney will have to file a Writ of Mandamus with the DMV in GA to ask the Court to ORDER the DMV to send the proper into to CA.
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