If you had an attorney, I suggest giving them a call. Otherwise, you're essentially left playing a waiting game to hear from the IL version of DMV, if at all. I have had plenty of out of state clients never hear anything from their home-state DMV regarding their license, and I've had others take as long as 2 years. Good luck.
I agree with the above attorney's advice
the information provided above is for information purposes only and you should consult an attorney for specific answers to your case
The DL suspension is a separate (administrative) court proceeding. It is possible to fight the suspension, but you have to file for a judicial review of the suspension within 30 days of receiving your notice of suspension. If you are still inside that 30 day window, this is possible; if not, then the 90 day suspension will stand and your IL driving privileges will likely be affected.
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