How do you get an sr22 insurance if you don't have a social security number in Illinois?

How do you get an sr22 insurance if you don't have a social security number in Illinois?

I went to their website already and it says you need a social security number . I would be really grateful if you help me.


You need to call an insurance agent in your area and ask. Or contact the Department of Insurance in your state.Source(s):…


You can't.Let's walk through it.To get a social security number, you must be in the country legally. To get an insurance policy, these days, you must have a social security number. An SR-22 is an endorsement to an auto insurance policy.If it makes you feel any better, you can't renew your driver's license, when it expires, without proof that you're in the country legally.So, if you're here legally, apply for the SSN. If you're not, you're not going to be able to get your license reinstated ANYWAY.



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