Will New Jersey MVC see it and not allow to obtain a New Jersey driver's license because of it? Moving into New Jersey.
There is no way that will happen! You will not get a license in NJ unless and until your PA license is restored.
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No. One of the questions on the application is whether you are suspended in any other jurisdiction. And if you lie and they find out you will get additional suspensions in NJ.
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I agree. You cannot get a New Jersey license at this point. And don't even think about not answering the application questions truthfully!
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