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To become a notary in Alaska, you must:
These are some common reasons why a notary application can be rejected:
No. However, our online notary package includes a general notary course to help you understand your duties.
Yes. Alaska requires a $2,500 notary bond for both new and renewing commissions. Our Alaska notary package includes a bond as well as everything else you need to become a notary!
Yes. View all application details here.
Yes. That's why we include a notary record-keeping journal in our complete notary package.
Yes. We include a self-inking stamp that meets or exceeds state requirements in our complete notary package. Choose a self-inking notary stamp that comes in your choice of 12 colors.
Alaska notary commissions last for four (4) years. When it's time to renew, remember that commissions cannot be backdated. If you have a current commission that is about to expire and you'd like your next commission to expire on the same month and day as your current one, you must submit your application about one month before your current commission expires.
If you submit an application a month or more before your current commission expires, the state will hold your application until 30 days prior to the expiration of your current commission.
The process of renewing your commission is the same as earning a new commission. That means you will need to submit a new bond with your application and pay the application fee again.
If you have any more questions, please reach out to the Alaska Notary Administrator by calling 907-465-3509 or emailing email@example.com.