NOTARY PUBLIC (FAQs)
Becoming a Notary or Renewing a Commission
How do I become a notary public?
What is the difference between a government notary and a private notary?
How much is the application fee?
Where do I pay the fee?
How many questions does the written notary examination have?
How long will the written notary examination take?
I am not an attorney, but a Government employee applying to become a Government notary. Do I have to take the written notary examination?
How early may I turn in my notary application for renewal before my notary commission expires?
To renew my notary commission, do I have to take the notary examination again?
My commission expired on May 30, 2000, and I did not submit my application until June 2, 2000. Will I have to take the exam over again?
What happens if I do not pass the notary examination the first time I take it?
Do I have to pay the notary application fee if I fail the notary examination?
Do I have to be a U.S. Citizen to become a notary?
When will I be scheduled for the notary examination?
Is the notary examination an “open book” examination?
If I lose my copy of the Guam Model Notary Law, how can I obtain another copy?
I was scheduled to take the notary examination on September 9, 1998, but I missed it. Is that counted as one of the two chances to take the examination?
I was a notary five years ago. What do I need to do to become a notary again?
Is the Attorney General’s office the only place a notary application package can be obtained?
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