When you apply for a drivers license in Texas they will ask you you if you license is suspended anywhere else. If you lie and get caught that's a criminal offense. If you tell them the truth it isn't likely that Texas would give you a license and certainly not unles and until you clear up the Illinois issues.
Disregard the response from the lawyer not licensed in IL or Texas. Supervision is not a conviction. However your license will be suspended for three months under 625 ilcs 5/6-206 a43. Pay the reinstatement fee when the suspension is over and you should be good to go.
Since Texas is a compact state its Secretary of State in Texas will eventually receive a notice of suspension from the Secretary of state of Illinois you will be suspended there as well.
For a more comprehensive review, please review the table of the U.S. States shat share that information below:
The right way is to retain a good traffic attorney in Illinois to reinstate your privileges.
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