My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: MI, OH
I am originally from Michigan, and have (up until recently) carried a Michigan drivers license. I attended college in Ohio for four years and got a job nearby (in Ohio) immediately after. A little over a year after graduating, I received an OVI, while still carrying my Michigan license, driving a car with Michigan plates.
On the Ohio BMV website, I can't find any information that refers to a scenario such as this, but for a license reinstatement, it indicates that they need 1) Full completion of the suspension (2 weeks away), 2) Reinstatement fee paid in full (check) and 3) Proof of insurance (just got new insurance, waiting for the proof to come). Because I am getting an Ohio license for the first time, does that add any other prerequisites to getting my license reinstated?