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  How to Become a Virginia Notary Public
Virginia Notary Course

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Notary.net now offers online notary public seminars for current notaries and those looking to become notaries in the state of Virginia. Our intuitive online notary class will teach you everything you need to become a professional notary. The online Virginia notary class is taught by Bruce Johnson. He has been teaching Notary Law for over ten years. View Free Sample

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   Online Virginia Notary Course

The Virginia Online Notary Course is HERE! If you are a notary in Virginia or are looking to become a notary in Virginia, you need to take this course. What you do not know can hurt you. Many notaries take their notary commissions lightly. They think it is no big deal to be a notary. What most notaries don't realize is that they have UNLIMITED financial liability for every document they notarize. So, you better be sure you know what you are doing. We can help you. With our streaming video notary course, we will take you from knowing nothing about Virginia notary law, to becoming a well-trained professional notary. Order now:

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   How to Become a Notary in Virginia
  1. Order the Notary.net Virginia Online Notary Seminar
  2. Obtain an application by calling (804) 786-2441.
  3. Get a handbook from Secretary of Commonwealth or from the website www.commonwealth.virginia.gov/OfficialDocuments/Notary/notary.cfm
  4. Submit application with $45.00 check (payable to Treasurer of VA) to the Secretary of the Commonwealth.
    You will be notified within 2 - 4 weeks of your appointment
  5. When you are notified of your appointment, you have 60 days to present yourself to to Court Clerk to take your oath and pick up your commission certificate. The clerk will require an additional fee of $10 (payable to the court).
  6. Order your stamp and seal. Also get a journal if you have not already purchased one.
Renewals will follow the same process. If you change your name, continue to use your old seal until commission expires. Sign with your new name and add "Commissioned as (prior name). Report your change of name to the Secretary of the Commonwealth. If you change your address, notify the Secretary of Commonwealth in WRITING of the change of your home address (if you are a resident). If you change your employer, non-residents must notify the Secretary of the Commonwealth in WRITING of employer and employer's address. Congratulations! You are on your way to being a well-trained professional notary who will serve Virginia with distinction.

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