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If he has a valid UK license then he can drive but will have to obtain US license as stated above.
He will be well past the one year limit.

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TN DMV
He will need to show lawful temporary residence (or permanent residence) IAW the TN DMV link above.

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He will need to show the required proofs - they need to be originals.

Am I assuming the OP wanted her spouse to exchange his UK for a TN lic? (that not gonna happen imho - he'll need to take all 3 tests (vision, written, practical) as TN does not exchange with the UK (or with anyone that I can find) -actually I'm pretty sure no state exchanges with the UK). Call them and ask to be sure...

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I'm an American citizen, currently living in Jupiter, FL. I've lived in both Georgia and Florida and had driver's licenses in both states. I've never had a license in TN but the terminology is all very similar. In my experience, the term residency simply means, "proof that you live in the state." It has nothing to do with work status, marriage status, and up until recently did not even relate to immigration status. Of course, I believe that most states have now changed the immigration status requirement. So your husband would almost certainly need to provide his Visa in addition to "residency" documents. The DMV needs either a rental lease, mortgage document, utility bill, credit card bill, bank statement, or something similar (probably a list on their website) that has your husband's name associated with an address in the state. Marriage is irrelevant for DMV residency purposes. If you call any of the utility companies right now, as long as you are the account holder, you can simply add your fiance's name to the account. The bills will then have both your name and his name on them. These bills will then meet the requirement to prove "residency" in the state of TN. It's that simple. Besides the obvious water, power, and phone utilities, the cable provider, Comcast, is also considered a utility in Florida so maybe Tennessee too?

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