Pennsylvania notaries may accept an expired out-of-state driver’s license or other government card (those permitted by RULONA) to identify a customer. There is a catch, however.
It all depends on whether there is evidence that the other state has extended the expiration dates on its driver’s licenses and other government identification (such as photo ID cards). Notaries need to know that there is confirmation that the identification is still good to use.
If so, complete the notarization and when recording the expiration date in your notary journal, use the actual expiration date on the driver’s license or photo ID card, with an additional notation – “extended by executive order.” Include the out-of-state’s notary appointing authority or other state agency’s website, such as the Department of Motor Vehicles, for example.