No--your privilege to drive will be revoked. The actual license is not the issue. You will be arrested if you are caught driving.
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No. It is your priviledge to drive that will be revoked. You will get arrested if you get caught.
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If you relocated to NY, you should have surrendered your WA license after 60 days of being in NY. You cannot have two (2) valid licenses at once. When your NY license is issued, it requires that any other state license be surrendered.
Do not drive. It is a crime until your license is restored. Do not operate any vehicle without an IID. It is a crime until the IID restriction is lifted by the court (usually 6 to 12 months). Do not ask anyone to help you "trick" the IID or let you drive a vehicle without an IID. It is a crime - for both of you.
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If you driving privileges are suspended and you do drive, then you will be charged with a crime. Ask for a restricted license to allow you to drive to and from work.
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