Do you want to be a notary public but are not sure what the requirements are in your state?
Not sure about the application process and fees involved to become a notary public?
Choose your state from the list below and access state specific information for notaries public, such as application forms, FAQ’s, change of address forms, Apostille service, fees, etc.
Many states also have a “Notary Public Handbook” available online. These handbooks may give you guidelines as to the specific rules that a notary public has to follow in their respective state.
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