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Notary Info for the Public:
Get the facts you need to make informed decisions: Learn about notary services: what a notary public is, what they can and can't do, what notarization means, what you can do to help a home loan signing go smoothly, and more.

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Notaries Public, Signing Agents and Mobile Notaries:
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A frequent question we receive is “How do I become a notary?” and the answer is: It depends on where you live. Requirements to become a notary public vary by state. Some states require a specific number of in-classroom training hours followed by an in-person exam.

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Commission by State

If you want to become a notary, use the links below that take you to the department in each state that oversees notary commissions. Some sites provide a lot of info and others will require a call or email for help.

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Notary Training Public

Do you know what training, if any, is required for you to become a notary public? Be sure you know what's required before you sign up for a course and whether or not the trainer must be state approved.

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