If you were convicted in another state of a serious driving offense, such as:
Wisconsin DMV must obtain conviction information regarding the serious offense from the state where the offense occurred. If you are unsure if your conviction is a serious driving offense, a DMV agent will be able to assist you when you apply in-person.
If you have been previously convicted of a serious driving offense, you may be required to provide
proof of insurance under the Safety Responsibility law.
If you have been convicted of an alcohol or drug related driving offense in another state within the last four years, you must provide proof that you are following the assessment and/or treatment plan ordered by the other state. Even if you have completed your program and have a valid license in another state, you must provide this proof.