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A. The department may issue a nondomiciled commercial driver license to a resident of another jurisdiction if the United States secretary of transportation determines that the commercial motor vehicle testing and licensing standards in the other jurisdiction do not meet the testing standards established in 49 Code of Federal Regulations part 383.
B. On receipt of a proper application, the department may issue a nondomiciled commercial driver license to an applicant who meets the requirements for a class A, B or C license pursuant to section 28-3223.
C. The department shall mark a license issued pursuant to this section as a nondomiciled commercial driver license or a nondomiciled CDL.
D. A person applying for a nondomiciled commercial driver license shall surrender any nondomiciled commercial driver license issued by another state as a condition of receiving a nondomiciled commercial driver license in this state.