Anyone here that has transferred their cdl with endorsements to Texas?
Texas Dmv website is vague on instructions for this.
I just moved to Texas and want to get this done soon.
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We moved to TX 9 years ago. At that time, if I recall correctly, you need to retake the hazmat(if you have it now), fingerprints, photo etc. Have your SS card, Birth Certificate, current State license with you, lease agreement, or purchase documents if you bought a house.
If you are a married female, and you changed your name at marriage, bring your marriage license/documents also.
If I remember correctly, when I moved back to Texas I had to go through the fingerprinting & threat assessment process again.
When I first moved to Texas, the company I was working for had a driver bunkhouse. I changed my car title to Texas and got registered to vote using my company’s address. (Completely legit, by the way) Take those two items into the DMV and, congratulations, you are now a citizen of Texas.
Before you can change car title to Texas, you must change your car insurance (to prove coverage) to TX as well and I remember that being a mild PITA.
Texas Residency Requirement for Driver Licenses and ID Cards | Department of Public SafetyChirt Thanks this.
Texas Residency Requirement for Driver Licenses and ID Cards
applying for or renewing a driver license, ID card, or commercial driver license.
To verify Texas residency, an individual must present two printed documents from the list below. Both documents must contain the individual's name and residential address. One of the documents must verify that the individual has lived in Texas for at least 30 days. Individuals who are surrendering a valid, unexpired driver license or ID from another state, or applying for a commercial driver license, must still present proof of residency; however, the 30 day requirement is waived.
Individuals who are unable to provide two acceptable documents may be eligible to complete a Texas Residency Affidavit.
NOTE: A brochure listing all of the following documents is available for download.
- Any of the following documents will be accepted to verify an individual's Texas residency.
- Both documents may be from the same source if the source is a local governmental entity that provides multiple residential services. Example: A water and gas bill from the same municipal utility on separate statements are acceptable. Statements for the same service for different months are not acceptable.
- Printed documents are required and printed electronic statements are acceptable
- Current deed, mortgage, monthly mortgage statement, mortgage payment booklet or a residential rental/lease agreement
- Valid, unexpired Texas voter registration card*
- Valid, unexpired Texas motor vehicle registration or title
- Valid, unexpired Texas boat registration or title
- Valid, unexpired Texas concealed handgun license (CHL) or license to carry (LTC)
- Utility or residential service bill dated within 90 days of the date of application. Examples of acceptable statements include, but are not limited to: electric, water, gas, internet, cable, streaming services, lawn services, and cellular telephone
- Selective Service card
- Current homeowner’s or renter’s insurance policy, statement, or card
- Current automobile insurance policy, statement or card
- Texas high school, college or university report card or transcript for the current school year
- Preprinted W-2, 1099, or 1098 tax form from an employer, government, or financial institution for the most recent tax year
- Mail or printed electronic statements from financial institutions; including checking, savings, investment account and credit card statements dated within 90 days of the date of application
- Mail or printed electronic statements from a federal, state, county or city government agency, or a third-party representing a government agency dated within 90 days of the date of application
- Current automobile payment booklet or statement
- Current documents issued by the U.S. military or Veteran's Administration indicating residential address
- Document from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice indicating the applicant's recent release or parole
- Medical or health card
- Pre-printed paycheck or payment stub, dated within 90 days of the application date
- Current Form DS2019 or a document issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (non-commercial DL and ID only)
- Letter of Texas residency issued by the Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD)
Residency Requirement Waived
The residency requirement will be waived for individuals who are authorized to use an alternative address under the following circumstances:
- Individuals subject to the Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) administered by the Attorney General of Texas
- Judges or spouses of judges
- Active duty military personnel, their spouses, and dependents may provide a residency address outside of Texas
- Individuals currently incarcerated in a Texas Department of Criminal Justice facility
- Individuals who are minors in Department of Family Protective Services conservatorship
- Individuals who are under 21 years of age in Department of Family Protective Services paid foster care
- Applicants who are considered homeless youth as defined by 42 USC Section 11434a
- 37 Texas Administrative Code, Section 15.49
- 37 Texas Administrative Code, Section 16.7
- Texas Transportation Code, Section 521.1426
Over the mountains, through the woods, into the valleys, coast to coast, from sea to shining sea - truck drivers can and do go anywhere and everywhere, every day, every night, all year round.Last edited: Aug 16, 2022
As shown below, here is a list of the top 25 credit unions in the state of Texas. This may be of some help to you for direct deposit, checking & savings accounts, loans, credit cards, etc..
The absolute best of luck to you, God bless you and your entire family!
Best Credit Unions in Texas
Best Credit Unions in Texas
Depending on where you live, the best credit union in Texas will often be one that has branches near to where you live and work. Credit Union rankings updated March 2022 from quarterly data ending December 31, 2021.
Top 25 Credit Unions in Texas
Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union
Live Oak, TX
Assets: $14.77 Billion
Security Service Federal Credit Union
San Antonio, TX
Assets: $10.49 Billion
American Airlines Federal Credit Union
Fort Worth, TX
Assets: $9.2 Billion
Lake Jackson, TX
Assets: $4.54 Billion
Navy Army Community Credit Union
Corpus Christi, TX
Assets: $4.04 Billion
University Federal Credit Union
Assets: $3.95 Billion
El Paso, TX
Assets: $3.75 Billion
Credit Human Federal Credit Union
San Antonio, TX
Assets: $3.66 Billion
(formerly known as SACU)
Fort Worth, TX
Assets: $3.35 Billion
Wellby Federal Credit Union
Assets: $2.62 Billion
(formerly known as JSC FCU)
A+ Federal Credit Union
Assets: $2.42 Billion
Austin Telco Federal Credit Union
Assets: $2.37 Billion
Advancial Federal Credit Union
Assets: $2.16 Billion
Texans Credit Union
Assets: $2.11 Billion
First Community Credit Union of Houston
Assets: $1.96 Billion
Texas Trust Credit Union
Assets: $1.8 Billion
Credit Union of Texas
Assets: $1.77 Billion
Shell Federal Credit Union
Deer Park, TX
Assets: $1.59 Billion
Assets: $1.47 Billion
United Heritage Credit Union
Assets: $1.41 Billion
FirstLight Federal Credit Union
El Paso, TX
Assets: $1.4 Billion
Amplify Credit Union
Assets: $1.36 Billion
(formerly known as IBM Texas Employees FCU)
Red River Credit Union
Assets: $1.28 Billion
AMOCO Federal Credit Union
Texas City, TX
Assets: $1.26 Billion
Gulf Coast Educators Federal Credit Union
Assets: $1.24 Billion
The absolute sheer driving force of our national economy - without truck drivers, our entire national economy would come to an absolute standstill - if not outright be dead.
Over the mountains, through the woods, into the valleys, coast to coast, from sea to shining sea - truck drivers can and do go anywhere and everywhere, every day, every night, all year round.RockinChair Thanks this.
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