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Louisiana Notary

Ah, Louisiana! The Bayou State! It’s got everything you could need to feel at home, like craw fish boils. Mardi Gras, and the lovely humidity that makes it one of the best states for heat relief. And if you’re looking to become a notary in Louisiana, you’ve come to the right place. We’re here to help you get there by walking you through the process of becoming a notary public in the state.

Before we start, you might not know this, but it also has an official state language: Cajun Creole. That’s right—Cajun Creole is even more indigenously important to Louisiana than gumbo.

Now, here’s what you need to do:

1. Be registered to vote in the parish you want to be commissioned in, and live there for at least thirty days before applying for appointment.

2. Be a Louisiana citizen or an alien who has been lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States.

3. Have never been convicted of a felony and have never been pardoned for one.

4. Be able to read, write, speak, and understand English well enough to perform your duties as a notary public.

5. Be at least 18 years old.

6. Have a high school diploma, or degree, certificate of completion of a home study program approved by the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, or high school equivalency diploma issued after successfully completing the test of General Educational Development (GED).

Hey there, Louisiana Notary-to-be!

Louisiana law requires that before you can become a Louisiana notary public, you must complete a notary exam pre-assessment. The pre-assessment tests you on your basic knowledge of notary procedures and Louisiana state law requirements. You must score at least 70% to register for the state notary exam.

You’ll take the Pre-Assessment when you apply to qualify. The application to qualify is available on the Secretary of State’s website.

As soon as your application to qualify is approved by the Secretary of State’s office, you’ll be notified by email or letter (depending on if you filed online or by paper) to register for the pre-assessment.

Who commissions notaries?

Notary applicants must be qualified by the Louisiana Secretary of State’s Office and, unless licensed to practice law in Louisiana, must complete the Notary Exam Pre-Assessment as well as take and pass the state notary exam.

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