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Live and Onsite Notary Classes

We offer Live, Online, Self- Study and On-Site Notary Public training courses at your office or at convenient hotel locations.

 

 

 

 

Become A New Jersey Notary Public

What you will learn in a New Jersey Notary Seminar

New Jersey Notary Public Training seminars are recommended for individual applicants working in all businesses, industries.   We will help you understand what to do as a Notary.  We make the complex laws easy to understand.  We also teach you how to protect yourself as a Notary Public in New Jersey.

Our classes are great for those who want to work as New Jersey Notaries Public, Mortgage Notary Signing Agents or Mobile Notaries to earn money part-time or full-time.

Included in the Notary Seminar Registration fees are:

  • Comprehensive New Jersey Notary Public Training Manual

  • Notary Public Application

  • Continental Breakfast where available & refreshments

NOTE: There is NO examination required to become a  Notary Public in New Jersey at this time.  New Jersey Notary Education is recommended to enable Notaries to perform their duties properly and protect notaries from performing wrongful acts.

 

Dual-Commission Notaries Public

New York or New Jersey residents and employees of either state can benefit from reciprocity offered between the two states. 

 

You may apply to become a Notary in both states if you qualify as a resident or non-resident employee in either state according to state Notary laws.

 

New York Notaries may also apply to Connecticut or Massachusetts if they work in those states.  They can become non-resident Notaries in the states where they work. 

 

New York Attorneys may also apply for a commission if they are a member of Bar Association in those states as well.

 

Pennsylvania Notary Commission and Reciprocity

New Jersey Notaries and New York Notaries who work in Pennsylvania may apply to become a non-resident Pennsylvania Notary.

 

Pennsylvania residents can also become a New Jersey Notary if they have a job or are employed in the State of New Jersey.

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