In order to answer your question one would have to know what type license is in question. You could have, for example, several marriage licenses as well as several licenses for various businesses. However, you would probably not want to have multiple marriage licenses without having legally terminated all marriages prior to obtaining the most recent marriage license.
It is a violation of the Colorado licensing laws. You are not allowed to have more than one valid license and a suspended license counts.
You cannot have more than one license at a time. And a suspended license is still a license.
a license that is valid in more than one province (or in all provinces)
It is a violation of the Massachusett licensing laws. You are not permitted to have more than one valid license and a suspended license counts.
Every franchise owner has their own business license. If they own more than one McDonalds, they only have one business license.
Yes, if you have your driver's license then you can legally drive more than one person in the car with you.
Yes, it is illegal to have more than one license. You need to prove residency, e.g. your address, and who you are.
For the most part, no. A suspended license means that you technically still have a license. And you are not allowed to have more than one license at a time. And a state will not issue you a license if you hold one in another state.
It is against the law to hold more than one driver's license. It is considered an opportunity to play games with identification. And if you lose your license in one state, you are not able to have a license in any state.
That would be considered illegal and you wouldn't be able to get insurance. You cannot hold a license in more than one state at a time, and a suspended license counts.
After you move to IL, apply at the DMV for an IL license? They will issue you an IL license (if you are eligible). You must surrender your IN license and they will notify IN to cancel it. You are not allowed (federal law) to possess a drivers license from more than one state (your 'home' state).