Unfortunately, something in your background has caused the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) to request that you to provide additional information or documents in support of your LTC application, or has denied your LTC application outright.
Make no mistake about it. A request from the DPS for additional information or documents is often followed by a denial letter.
Regardless of whether the DPS has requested additional information or documents, or denied your LTC application outright, you would be well-advised to obtain the assistance of an attorney who is both knowledgeable and experienced in LTC law to assist you in attempting to persuade the DPS that you are statutorily eligible to be issued an LTC.
A request for additional information or documents, or an outright denial of your application for a LTC, will often necessitate obtaining court records from one or more courts, perhaps including courts located outside of Texas. Once those records have been obtained, it will be necessary to review and analyze those records.
If it appears from a review of the relevant records that you are statutorily-eligible to be issued an LTC, a legal argument, supported by citations to one or more statutes and, perhaps, prior appellate court decisions, will need to be formulated and presented to either the DPS (in the case of a request for further information) or to a court (in the case of a denial of your application).
If DPS has requested more information or documents from you, or has denied your application for an LTC, you must not delay in taking action to protect your legal rights. Failure to timely respond will result in a waiver of your rights.
Lapin Law Group, with its principal office in the Dallas-Forth Worth Metroplex, serves all 254 Texas counties.