Be a Notary Public

 A notary public is a person authorized by the government to authenticate the identity of signatories on legal documents. Notaries are most often used in real estate documents such as mortgages and real estate documents. It is also a public officer who serves the public in non-litigious matters usually about estates or real estates, special powers-of-attorney (SPAs), deeds and both global and foreign businesses. Moreover a mobile notary, charges a fee in the name of the state and there can be some other fees in the case you want the notary to travel to you in order to sign the papers.

There are several requirements to become a notary public officer.

Guidelines are set in different states in the US through legislation in order to know the eligibility of the requirements and states laws that are applicable in every county/State. In California, the secretary of State set specific guidelines on how to become a notary officer.

It is because they believe that notaries can potentially make extra side income as the economy turns around.

In order to become a notary officer an applicant/s must be 18 years of age and an official resident of the particular state he/she wants to apply the certificate. Other states requirements includes, background check, specific course mandated by the secretary of state and must pass the certification exam for notary public officer before the commission approval.

Application for notary officer also requires fee for filling and surety bond with the county clerk's office. The notary public bond is not an insurance policy for the notary officer. It is designed to provide a limited source of fund/s for paying claims against notary public.

As notary officer it is always a wise idea to broaden knowledge and skills about legal and law services covered by notary legislation and on how to serve every notary public clients. Any candidate can attend workshops and trainings for Notary Officer conducted by the National Notary Association or he/she can join online forums about mobile notary, notary service and notary signing to become a well prepared qualified candidate.

After passing all the necessary requirements for notary public, the applicant will receive a positive response on his/her application. He/She will be then approved for receiving the notary commission and will be able to perform his/her oath of affirmation and will take the oath of service in front of a Notary public.

Now that the candidate is a well confirmed Notary Officer, He/She can now perform different task like Mobile Notary, Notary Services and Notary Signing beyond his/her city with in its State. But notary officer must always remember to advertise its services to become a successful Notary Public. He/She can use or make online sites, blogs, forums, and other media resources for his/her service advertisement. Lastly, any notary officer will also prepare in the different situation and circumstances encountered as he/she render its services.


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