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Notary Public Applications

Four Year Notary Public Commission Form

The forms used to apply for a four-year notary public commission consist of a one page application, one page of application instructions, an oath of office, and a bond. The same forms are used for new, formerly revoked and renewal commissions. The fully completed application, oath, and bond must be submitted together, at the same time, with the appropriate filing fee (unless the fee was paid online) as designated on the application form. Partial submittals cannot be held pending receipt of missing forms, and will be returned to the applicant. Upon review of submitted documents, you will be notified by e-mail (if provided), the status of your commission and will have the ability to print your certificate from a link in the e-mail. Commissions will be granted daily.

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Wisconsin Attorney Permanent Notary Public Application

The form used to apply for the attorney's notary public commission consists of a one page application and one page of instructions. A Certificate of Good Standing from the Wisconsin Supreme Court is required to be submitted along with the application. This application may be used ONLY by applicants who are licensed to practice law in Wisconsin. Note that any attorney who has had a Wisconsin Notary Public commission previously revoked may apply only for a four year commission. Upon review of submitted documents, you will be notified by e-mail (if provided), the status of your commission and will have the ability to print your certificate from a link in the e-mail. Commissions will be granted daily.

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