Start your career as a Notary Public today! 

We are a California Secratary of State approved Vendor. We provide everything you need to qualify &  pass the Notary Public State exam.

Steps to becoming a Notary.


Complete Mandatory Education

All persons seeking appointment as a notary public must satisfactorily complete a Secretary of State approved six-hour course of study prior to appointment.


Pass exam & background check & submit application

After you pass the exam, prior to granting commissions as a notary public, applicants must complete and pass a background check. Applicants are legally required to be fingerprinted.


File the oath of office

A notary public must file an oath of office and bond with the county clerk’s office in the county where their principal place of business is located. This must be done within 30 calendar days from the commencement date of the commission. This 30 day period cannot be extended.

Benefits of starting a Notary business.

Notaries are in high demand. There is one Notary for every 72 people in the country. -A great way to earn extra income.

-Flexible schedule: Set your business hours according to your availability. – Make a difference. Help protect your community from fraud & identity theft. Groups typically needing notarizations are powers of attorney, residency affidavits, advance medical directives, college transcripts and enrollment verifications.




One time

  • Choose this course if you are renewing your commission and it has’nt expired yet.
  • CA State Approved Vendor
  • Timed lessons & PDF workbook
  • Proof of completion certificate
  • Lifetime access & Support
  • Practice quizzes
  • CA State Approved Vendor
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6 HR Live NOTARY Seminar


        Location: Fremont, CA         
Date: 8/2020 on a Saturday
Day to be TBA

  • Choose this course if you prefer taken the course live vs online.
  • This course is for applicants that have never been commissioned before or have missed the renewal date for their commission.
  • Timed lessons & PDF workbook
  • Proof of completion certificate
  • Snacks provided
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