If you are confused about changing your address with the PA Department of State, please read on …
A news story out of Arizona involving notaries who prey on immigrants.
Harrisburg, PA – At the invitation of PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards, legislators and law enforcement officers today received a demonstration of Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) technology that provides law enforcement a better tool to verify expired vehicle registrations. “License plate reader technology allows a single law enforcement officer to quickly, accurately and reliably […]
PAN Members only: If you’ve been promoted, changed jobs, gotten married or had a baby, we’d love to announce it in upcoming issues of Notary Notes.
Old Man Winter is on its way to the mid-Atlantic states and parts of the East Coast as a major snowstorm is barreling in from the West. Depending on where you live, residents could see a foot or more of snow, particularly in Maryland, West Virginia, parts of eastern Pennsylvania, New York City and Boston areas. If you plan on doing any traveling the weekend of Jan. 22-24, PAN urges you to be extra cautious when driving.
PAN’s January 6, 2016 Notary Reappointment Seminar has changed locations. The seminar will be held at Comfort Suites, 320 Milroy Road, Hummelstown, PA.
The morning Reappointment Seminar is full, so we have added an afternoon session on January 6 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
PAN member Carmella Wehrle was featured in the Member Spotlight section of the South Hills Chamber of Commerce publication in December.
This article appeared in the Dec. 2, 2015 edition of the Phoenix New Times and was written by Griselda Nevarez. It’s long, but very informative.
Receiving a notice of appointment from the Secretary of the Commonwealth and obtaining a rubber stamp seal from a notary supply company does not mean that you may begin notarizing documents.
Although the Pennsylvania Notary Public Law may not stipulate that a venue contain a spelled out state name (Pennsylvania vs. PA), notaries should follow a best practice situation and always spell out the state name.