This is a question which needs to be answered by a lawyer licensed to practice in your home state, but it makes sense to me that the answer would be- yes, at least temporarily.  Virginia courts can only take away the ability to drive in Virginia.  If you have a license issued by another state and your privilege to drive in Virginia is suspended, your license is still valid and you may continue to drive everywhere except Virginia - until you are notified that your home licensing state has taken some action against your license.