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Monday, September 26th, 2016
Welcome to NotaryExam.org, your guide to becoming a notary public and notary exams. We are here to help you understand the process of becoming a notary in your state as well as the specific notary requirements, notary fees, notary classes, notary exams, and notary supplies you need to begin and create a flourishing notary business. As notaries ourselves, we understand the ins and outs of notary law and want to provide you with accurate and easy to understand information to assist you in becoming a notary, passing notary exams, and starting a successful notary business. We are always available to assist and support you do not hesitate to reach out to us with questions and feedback.
A notary public is an official public servant who is appointed by a state official to serve and protect the public. The most common responsibilities and functions of a notary public are to witness the signature of official documents and to perform oaths. In most states, a notary public also makes official notarized copies of records like birth or death certificates. Notary publics work with people in a variety of industries including real estate, businesses who often use contracts, legal profession, financial planners, banking, credit unions, savings and loans companies, retirement facilities, hospital and convalescent facilities, long term care facilities, hospice facilities, and immigration centers and protect people from fraud by ensuring that documents are signed and notarized in accordance with state law.
To become a notary public, you will have to meet the specific requirements of your state. In most states this includes being at least 18 years of age, a resident of the state, and an upstanding citizen. Your state may include additional notary eligibility requirements. Once you determine that you meet the state eligibility criteria, you will need to submit a notary application and be approved to become a notary. In many states this will include paying an application fee and acquiring a notary surety bond that protects the public if you make any errors or omissions. You can visit our state pages to learn more about the specific notary application process in your state.
At NotaryExam.org, we strive to provide you with accurate and complete information to help you start the process to become a notary and to understand the notary application, notary class, and notary exam requirements in your state. Becoming a notary is an important and great career opportunity and many people find it is the ideal flexible job they were looking for.