Did you know a Notary was the last signer of the Declaration of Independence? Or that Mark Twain was a Notary? You can visit these historical sites to learn more about unique Notaries and the role they played in U.S. history.
Notaries who have been on the job for a year or less often encounter confusing scenarios with certificate wording. To help guide you through the process, the Notary Bulletin compiled answers for these commonly asked questions on the NNA Notary Hotline.
We’ve recently been asked by many Notaries if they are permitted to notarize documents in other states or overseas. Since many states' rules are different, we’ve prepared this guide to help answer your questions.
Many Notaries have full-time jobs and obtain their commissions as part of their job duties. Many employers have policies determining the circumstances under which their employees may perform notarizations in the workplace. If you are one of these Notaries, here are some important facts you need to know.
That is a big jump from $1.25 a signing, as it was before.
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