Did not see your part one. However, judgments do expire if not renewed so if the judgment is not good in the original state, its not good now. I would get an attorney to simply look at your documents to see if you have anything to be concerned about.
This is not intended to create an attorney client relationship and none is to be implied either. You must contact an attorney and present all facts before you can and should act on this response
I believe it is a continuation of several posts basically asking the same thing. The answer is the same - get a lawyer to review all the facts, pleadings and documents.
You wrote, "I do not know what prompted them to find me in my resident state that I have lived for 25 years last year."
A : Although a quarter of a century delay is unusual, the registration of a foreign judgment in another State is a routine collection action.