Posted 24 June 2008 - 04:38 AM
I recommend that you start with the supervisor of the DMV office that you visited and work your way up the chain from there if you don't get a satisfactory answer. If that doesn't fix the problem then I suppose you could complain to the state attorney general's office, many of which have a human rights division. However, I would be careful about immediately claiming that any poor service was due to the fact you are hispanic without some kind of strong evidence. Also, its unclear from your posting what harm you suffered even if the service at the DMV was poor. Did you not get your license? Or was it just a pain to go through the process? Not every problem is solved by legal action.