I would need more info to answer this question. I will assume that the DUI was in NC and you were required to complete a program similar to VASAP. Have you tried contacting the NC clerk of court in the jurisdiction you were in? If so and they were of no help maybe try the prosecutor's office where it was at and ask if they have a duty attorney to speak with. See if they can find your file and see if they have a record that it was satisfied. Maybe VA DMV can give you more info on what they need. You can request a compliance summary from VA DMV and that may help.
There is a lot of information that is necessary before attempting to give you an answer you could use. Finding a lawyer in your area is the best way for you to handle this situation. I would suggest you go to www.NCDD.com and find someone near you that can help you. Good luck!
I agree with the other attorneys that more information is necessary. However, this is not an uncommon issue. Often it may be the result of a clerical error. However, if the hold is simply a case of taking "a" class then do it. Otherwise it is difficult to prove that the classes were done and you have no proof. One option it to bring a motion to the court and provide information to the Judge and request the court deem you compliant and close the file. However, more informaiton is needed to be precise.
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