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Secretary of the Commonwealth - Daniel G. LeBlanc


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Notary

The office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth is responsible for the commissioning of Notaries Public throughout the Commonwealth, pursuant to § 47.1-8.

Notary Applications are available below or at your local circuit court. A commission as notary is good for four years. The process for renewing a commission is the same as applying for an original commission.

If you are a notary whose commission expires in January, please submit your application in January. Applications received in December will be processed before January, and hence the commission will expire one year earlier than anticipated.


Publications

Notary Application (.pdf, 59 k)
** Please note that the turnaround time for a notary application is 5 to 6 weeks from the time we receive it.**

New Item! Notary Handbook Updated for 2005 (.pdf, 163 K)

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For more information contact:

Valerie Adams, Notary Director
Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth
Post Office Box 1795
Richmond, Virginia 23218-1795
(804) 786-2441


Frequently Asked Questions about Notaries

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