After you've submitted your application and passed your notary exam, it can take up to 30 days to get your exam results and instructions for what to do next.
If you passed your exam, paid the commission fee and received your commission, you still need to file the following with the Circuit Court before you can start notarizing:
- A photocopy of your commission
- An impression of your notary seal and specimen of your official signature
- The original copy of your bond that must be approved by a Judge of the Circuit Court in the circuit where you reside
Our notary package includes a custom self-inking notary stamp. This stamp includes your name, commission number and the words “notary public” and “State of Hawaii.”
NOTE: The state requires you to give us a copy of your notary commission certificate before we can manufacture your stamp. Remember to forward a digital or scanned copy of your certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then manufacture a notary stamp that meets or exceeds state specifications and promptly ship it to you.
The state of Hawaii requires that all notaries keep a journal of their work. That’s why we include a notary record keeping journal in our notary package.