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I’m a convicted felon. Can I apply to become a Florida notary?

It depends. Have you had your civil rights restored?

If you have ever been convicted of a felony charge, you must have your civil rights restored in order to be eligible for a notary commission, pursuant to Article VI, section 4(a) of the Florida Constitution.

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Must Speak English to Be a Notary Public

Many people search for education courses or notary materials that are in languages other than English; they are hard to find since understanding English is a requirement of becoming a notary public in Florida. Pursuant to law (1), an applicant must b...

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Notary Applications: Denied or Rejected, What’s the Difference?

No one wants to hear it, but it does happen—your notary application was rejected or denied. They aren’t the same thing, though. Different procedures have to be used for each, and the severity of each differs. Denied When an application is denied, t...

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Notarizing Handwritten Documents

Handwritten Documents  Majority of the time, people come to notaries with official, typed documents to be notarized, but they may also come to you with handwritten documents. For instance, a permission slip for a field trip or permission from a parent...

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Stay Up-To-Date with Marriage License Requirements

Before you complete a wedding ceremony, check the county’s specific requirements with their Clerk of Court. Adhere to the regulations of the county the marriage license will be sent to for approval. Ensure you know their most up-to-date information, ...

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