Title 40, Chapter 5, Section 54.1
(a) As used in this Code section, the term:
(1) "Agency" means the agency within the Department of Human
Resources which is responsible for enforcing orders for child
support pursuant to this article.
(2) "Compliance with an order for child support" means, as set
forth in a court order, administrative order, or contempt order
for child support, the obligor is not more than 60 calendar days
in arrears in making payments in full for current support,
periodic payments on a support arrearage, or periodic payments on
a reimbursement for public assistance.
(3) "Proof of compliance" means the notice of release issued by
the agency or court of competent jurisdiction stating that the
delinquent obligor is in compliance with an order for child
(b) The department shall suspend, as provided in Code Sections 19-6-28.1 and 19-11-9.3, the license of any driver upon receiving a record from the agency or a court of competent jurisdiction stating that such driver is not in compliance with an order for child support.
(c) The suspension or denial of an application for issuance or
renewal of a license shall be for an indefinite period and until
such person shall provide proof of compliance with an order for
child support. Such person's license shall be reinstated if the
person submits proof of compliance with an order for child support
from the agency or court of competent jurisdiction and pays a
restoration fee of $35.00 or $25.00 when such reinstatement is
processed by mail for the return of his or her license.
(d) Any person who receives notice from the agency that his or her registration is subject to denial or suspension may request a hearing and appeal as provided for in Code Section 19-6-28.1 or 19-11-9.3. Notwithstanding any provisions of law to the contrary, the hearings and appeal procedures provided for in such Code sections shall be the only such procedures required for purposes of this Code section.
(e) A person whose driver's license has been suspended pursuant to this Code section may apply to the department for a restricted driving permit as provided in Code Section 40-5-71.