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(15 ILCS 335/13)
(from Ch. 124, par. 33)
Rejection, denial or revocations.
(a) The Secretary of
State may reject or deny any application if he:
1. is not satisfied with the genuineness, regularity
or legality of any application; or
2. has not been supplied with the required
3. is not satisfied with the truth of any
information or documentation supplied by an applicant; or
4. determines that the applicant is not entitled to
the card as applied for; or
5. determines that any fraud was committed by the
6. determines that a signature is not valid or is a
7. determines that the applicant has not paid the
8. determines that the applicant has falsely claimed
to be a person with a disability as defined in Section 4A of this Act; or
9. cannot verify the accuracy of any information or
documentation submitted by the applicant.
(b) The Secretary of State may cancel or revoke any identification
card issued by him, upon determining that:
1. the holder is not legally entitled to the card; or
2. the applicant for the card made a false statement
or knowingly concealed a material fact in any application filed by him under this Act; or
3. any person has displayed or represented as his own
a card not issued to him; or
4. any holder has permitted the display or use of his
card by any other person; or
5. that the signature of the applicant was forgery or
that the signature on the card is a forgery; or
6. a card has been used for any unlawful or
7. a card has been altered or defaced; or
8. any card has been duplicated for any purpose; or
9. any card was utilized to counterfeit such cards;
10. the holder of an Illinois Person with a
Disability Identification Card is not a person with a disability as defined in Section 4A of this Act; or
11. the holder failed to appear at a Driver Services
facility for the reissuance of a card or to present documentation for verification of identity.
(c) The Secretary of State is authorized to take possession of and shall make a demand for return of any card which
has been cancelled or revoked, unlawfully or erroneously issued, or issued in violation of this Act, and every
person to whom such demand is
addressed, shall promptly and without delay, return such card to the
Secretary pursuant to his instructions, or, he shall surrender any such
card to the Secretary or any agent of the Secretary upon demand.
(d) The Secretary of State is authorized to take possession of any
Illinois Identification Card or Illinois Person with a Disability Identification
Card which has been cancelled or revoked, or
which is blank, or which has been altered or defaced or duplicated or
which is counterfeit or contains a forgery; or otherwise issued in violation
of this Act and may confiscate any suspected fraudulent, fictitious, or altered documents submitted by an applicant in support of an application for an identification card.
(Source: P.A. 99-143, eff. 7-27-15.)