Nope. You should probably stay in WI until the DUI is resolved, and you are driving in Wisconsin normally, then you can go to Illinois. If you go early, they will not issue you a license (and if they do, they will revoke it when any out of state DUI conviction is transmitted to them).
I believe the answer to be no. But my next advice is always, what's it hurt to try so long as you don't lie. One of the questions they ask is, is your license currently suspended revoked or refused in another state? you must answer yes.
It depends on a variety of factors, the first of which is what happened with the DUI court case in Virginia. In most states, there is a proceeding separate from the court date concerning your license. Assuming your privilege to drive was suspended by VA, that suspension will eventually catch up to your WI license, but it can take a very long time for the state licensing agencies to communicate with each other. Once that happens, it will be difficult to obtain a license in IL. However, if none of this has happened yet, you may just be able to apply for a license in IL. If the case in VA is still ongoing, I suggest hiring a VA DUI attorney to help deal with it. In the event that your license does eventually get suspended (in either WI or IL), there may be some things you or a VA DUI attorney can do to have the suspension lifted. Best of luck.
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