After your application is approved by the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, it will email you a digital copy of your commission certificate and the Alaska Notary Statutes. You'll get a physical copy within two weeks of approval.
Alaska requires all notaries to have a notary stamp, but it does not provide stamps directly. Our notary package includes a self-inking notary stamp in your choice of 12 colors. Your stamp will comply with all state requirements.
Your stamp includes:
- Your name as it appears on your commission certificate
- The words “State of Alaska”
- The words “Notary Public”
- Your commission expiration date and ID number (if any)
- A Commission Identification Number assigned by the Office of the Lieutenant Governor
NOTE: The state requires you to send us a copy of your Notary Commission Certificate before we can manufacture your stamp. In order to receive your stamp, forward an email or scanned copy of your certificate to email@example.com.
We will then manufacture a notary stamp that meets or exceeds state specifications and promptly ship it to you.
The state of Alaska also requires all notaries to keep a journal of their work. That's why we include a record-keeping journal in our complete notary package.