Without knowing anything about the specifics of the file nobody can tell you much. The same rules as in Illustrator apply - stuff may be rasterized and flattened, if its appearance cannot be retained otherwise.
If you send to Illustrator from Draw, it will automatically convert to vector artwork.
1. Make sure you're signed into the PC and iPad CreativeCloud with the same subscription that you use to launch Adobe Illustrator.
2. With internet connection on iPad, just click: Send to Illustrator.
You don't even need to have Adobe Illustrator running, it should pop up on your PC/Mac automatically. If it's already running, the image will transfer as vector artwork.
If you have layers in Draw, they'll show up as layers in Adobe Illustrator as well.
Then you can continue your design in Illustrator.
(If you're using Photoshop, it'll remain in raster format, one layer)
Thank you KoMaruyama.
I was able to follow your method to get a vector file with layers from Adobe Draw CC ( Ipad ) into Adobe Illustrator CC ( PC ).
is there a way for me to draw on an iPad and send to Photoshop on my computer with the layers intact?
I'm contemplating whether an iPad Pro could work with my workflow.
It won't send from iPad to Photoshop and preserve separate layers. They are rasterized to png for Photoshop or other use.
But it's a good idea, maybe you can post an Idea/Request, or add onto mine.
I have posted this one; Feature Request: Save to CreativeCloud as vector format (svg / ai / draw)
It's not possible to send a vector file from Adobe Draw to the CS5.5 version of Illustrator; that requires the most recent (v19.2.0) Creative Cloud version of Illustrator.