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Unfortunately, I am not always able to tell customers what they most want to hear and this is one of those occasions. There is not a state in the US that will grant you a driver's license with unpaid tickets and with unresolved cases in your former state. Your record follows you wherever you go in the US as it is in the national driver's data base.
You're going to have to clear up your Virginia matters. If the amount you owe is as high as it is because you have incurred late fees and penalties, in some jurisdictions, you can actually negotiate a reduction in your fines with the DMV. Otherwise, if they insist on the entire amount, you can at least set up a reasonable payment plan. But Virginia won't restore your driving privileges until the fine is paid and any other open issues are resolved.
I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news.