I am endorsing into Texas and am having some problems getting my permanent license. I started this process back in early August and moved her in middle of August with the plan of working under my compact license until everything could go through. When I asked about applying for a temporary license, BON said no since I had the compact. So fast forward, when my background check came back, it had a disturbing the peace charge on there. I did not not disclose this due to I didn't know it was on there. Due to a bad marriage, I was arrested but then the charges were later dropped and we never stepped foot into a court room. So I thought there was nothing to show since I was never convicted. So I turned in all the appropriate paperwork for this, and it satisfied them. However, now I am being investigated due to the fact that I initially applied online instead submitting a paper application. It has been almost two weeks since I have been able to practice, and I have asked about a temporary license and their reply was to keep checking the website. The letter that I received said a minimum of four months until I would know something. I don't have four months. I just moved out here, working two full time jobs to keep the lights on. My question is does it always take a minimum of four months? And if they do give me a license, will it be restricted? Also, how does this enforcement department work? I mean does my file sit in a pile of paperwork until somebody can check it off that I'm good? How do I get ahold of my investigator? Thanks in advance.