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Unlock New Opportunities: Your Guide to Becoming an Alabama Notary Public

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We are committed to providing exceptional educational resources and guidance for individuals seeking to become Notary Publics in Alabama. Our mission is to empower aspiring notaries with the knowledge, tools, and support necessary to excel in their notary public journey.
That's why we have developed the Alabama Notary Public Checklist—a comprehensive and user-friendly guide tailored specifically to the requirements and processes in Alabama.
Our checklist serves as a roadmap, guiding students through each step of the notary public certification process. From eligibility requirements and education to application procedures, bonds, supplies, and ongoing responsibilities, we cover it all. We provide clear instructions, helpful tips, and important reminders to ensure that students have a thorough understanding of the process and can navigate it with confidence.
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Seal Your Success: The Ultimate Checklist for Alabama Notary Public Certification

The Alabama Notary Public Checklist was a lifesaver for me. It provided a clear and organized roadmap to becoming a notary in Alabama. The checklist covered everything from eligibility requirements to acquiring the necessary supplies. Thanks to this guide, I felt confident and well-prepared throughout the process. Highly recommended!

Sarah H.

As someone interested in expanding my professional horizons, the checklist for becoming an Alabama Notary Public was invaluable. It outlined the exact steps I needed to take and provided helpful tips along the way. The clear explanations and attention to detail made the process much smoother. I'm grateful for this resource and excited about my new career path.

-Michael R.

FAQ for Alabama Notaries


Alabama Notary Requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident.
  • Be a resident of the Alabama county where you apply.
  • Meet all notary requirements for your county.
  • Be able to read and write in English.

View our blog post How to Become a notary in Alabama for more information.

How much can you charge as a notary in Alabama?

An Alabama Notary Public is authorized to charge $10 for each signature acknowledged (notarized) and for each notarial act performed. Notaries who travel to meet clients can charge an extra fee or fees to compensate for travel expenses. Alabama does not set limits on what a notary can charge for travel.

Are Alabama notaries required to keep a journal?

While a notary journal is not state-required in Alabama, it is highly recommended. Maintaining an up-to-date journal helps prevent fraud and serves as an official record of all notarizations for future reference.

What are the new notary laws in Alabama?

The revised Notary Public Act in Alabama becomes effective on September 1, 2023. One notable change is that a notary public is prohibited from performing an acknowledgment in any transaction where they have a pecuniary interest.

Changes in Alabama notary services 2023:

Senate Bill 322 (Alabama Act 2023-548) has implemented changes to the notarial fee structure. The fee that notaries can charge for each notarial act increases from $5 to $10, effective September 1, 2023.

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