In light of the public health concerns arising from the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Georgia Department of Drivers Services (DDS) will automatically extend for 120 days the following documents expiring between March 14, 2020 and June 30, 2020:
- Permit (except for Class CP learners permits)
This extension also applies to non-U.S. citizens and will be provided free of charge via mail within 30 days. This extension will be provided regardless of the expiration date on the immigration document you provided to DDS.
This extension also includes temporary license, ID or permit extensions that were issued while awaiting new immigration documentation or pending adjudication of your immigration applications.
If you need immigration assistance, we’re open, flexible, and ready to help. Contact the Atlanta immigration attorneys at Antonini & Cohen online or by calling 404-850-9394.
Kathleen Hoyos is originally from New York. She was admitted to New York University as a Higher Education Opportunities Program Scholar and graduated in May of 2010 with a dual degree in Romance Languages and Economics. Kathleen is fluent in Spanish, English, French and Italian. Kathleen has worked full-time at Antonini & Cohen as a paralegal since June, 2010 while she pursued her Juris Doctor at Georgia State University. Kathleen received her law degree from Georgia State University in May, 2016 and continues to work at Antonini and Cohen as an associate attorney.