You can domestic the NC and/or GA order in Virginia and if NC/GA has no further contacts with any of the Parties, VA can modify the order. I would visit the local office of the Division of Child Support Enforcement to seek their free assistance.
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You may file the order here in Virginia. Contact a local child custody/family law attorney to assist you.
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You should not have any problem based on the info provided to file the order in the Virginia courts. You won't have to expense alot of attorney fees to get the order domesticated.