No. There is much confusion as to Georgia's role in the Interstate License Compact. Georgia participates in the compact in every way but one: Georgia will start a person's license with no points if they come to Georgia with a valid license or clearance letter from their former licensing state.
After researching online, many people learn that the State of Georgia will give them a driver's license free of points. Most states import the number of points a person has from a former state to their new license. Georgia gives people a clean slate; however, this causes people to think they can come here with a suspended or revoked license and get a Georgia driver's license. They cannot.
In all other ways, Georgia participates in the compact. If a Georgia license holder gets a ticket in another state, it is reported to our Department of Driver Services, the ticket will appear on the MVR of that Georgia citizen.
Also, if an out-of-state driver gets a ticket in Georgia, that citation will be reported to their home state.
I am called several times a month asking if a person can get a Georgia driver's license. We follow a very fair and sensible rule here: if you are allowed to drive from where you are coming from, you can drive here. However, if they don't want you, why should we?