I’ve lived in VA for about 3 years now and I’m not happy living here. Unfortunately I have 2 DUIs on my record and no license. Is there any way I can move to TX and transfer my situation? Ship my vehicle and everything over.
You can potentially move but it won't be easy. You have requirements to the Virginia Court System such as ASAP and ignition interlock more than likely. Its not impossible to have these things transferred but having the DMV from one state talk to the DMV of another and making sure those things are taking care of is difficult. It would more than likely be best for you to at least complete the classes portion of any ASAP requirements you have here in VA and then talk to them about moving and doing the interlock requirements somewhere else. Good luck.
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Yes, you can move. Being convicted of a couple of misdemeanor criminal offenses should not prevent you from relocating. Of course, you have to make sure you complete all requirements imposed by the Court for your convictions. This might involve some hassle, but you should be able to do it if it's important to you.
I hope this is helpful.
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