yes, even if you move to another state within the US you need to take the states driving test, because the laws differ from state to state, so it would most likely go the same if from another country.
You are no longer a resident of the previous state on the day you become a resident of the new state. This is usually the day you establish a permanent residence (e.g. house, apartment) in the new state. However for some purposes (e.g. drivers and vehicle licence) it is instead the day you enter the state with the intent of becoming a resident.
The state itself cannot, but they can take away your privilege to drive in their state, and they can also ask your resident state to suspend your license.
Yes, you must be a legal resident of the state in which you are seeking to become licensed.
Miami is located in the state of Florida. Driving from Miami to another city in Florida will incur mileage and driving time.
You must live in the state for one year to become resident.
Go to any driving school in the state and tell them "How fast does Jimmy ride?" And they will take you to the back room and give you a license for 30 days.
No. A DC test won't be recognized by Maryland, and you can't get a DC license without actually being a resident of DC.
You must be a resident of SC - apply for a SC permit and when it is issued they will take your FL permit and notify FL to cancel it. You cannot (federal law) possess a drivers license from any other state than your "home" state.
It takes about a year to become a Massachusetts resident after you have established a domicile in Massachusetts. You also must register to vote in the state.
In general, a state will tax you on:Income received while a resident of that state, regardless of where it came from, andIncome earned from that state, regardless of whether or not you are a resident.So, if you live in one state but earn income from another, you will generally be taxed on the same income in both states. Most states have tax credits to take of this double-taxation issue. Since you live in a state with no income tax, you do not have a double taxation issue.You likely need to file a non-resident income tax return for the state from which you received the pension income. Go to that state's website and find the instructions for the non-resident income tax return to determine your filing requirement in that state.