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My license was suspended because I fell behind in my child support. How can I get my license back?
If you lose your license for failing to pay support, you can file a petition in district court to get your license back. The judge can give you back your license as long as you fully pay off the past-due support over time and you keep up with your current child support payments.1
1 NCGS § 50-13.12(d)
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