You need to complete the course approve by the state of Georgia.
Simply pick up the phone and call and ask.
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Virtually all states are members of a "pact" that shares DMV and criminal data relating to driver's licenses. As a result, past convictions in other states follow you! You will need to satisfy the Georgia court's requirements - even though you do not live there anymore. You will then have to RE instate your VA license, with the attendant fees! Try to keep a positive outlook as you make your way through what is likely to be a long, bureaucratic headache. Good luck!
Call GA, and check with some local companies that do driving courses. They are reciprocal in most cases.
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Five years is a long time for this to be out there. Go to VA DMV and ask for a print out of your requirements to reinstate your license. I may be something easy to do.
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