2018 NEW NOTARY LAW
WE ARE HAPPY TO REPORT THERE ARE NO NEW NOTARY LAW CHANGES
AND NO NEW NOTARY FORMS FOR 2018.
1) Eliminates the requirement that a valid passport from the applicant's country be stamped by INS and adds a valid consular identification document (Matricula) issued by a consulate from the applicant's country of citizenship as proof of identity.
2) Fees charged by a notary for the following services shall not exceed:
a) For taking an acknowledgment or jurat $15.00 per signature
b) Taking a deposition $30/$7/$7
c) No fee can be charged to notarize signatures on vote by mail ballots or anyother voting materials
d) For certifying a copy of a power of attorney $15.00
e) If you are a immigration specialist you may NOT advertise that you are also a notary and may charge no more
than $15 and shall NOT apply to an attorney
f) When sending communications to the Secretary of State may now be made by either certified or registered mail
g) A person taking the oath of office before the county clerk or another notary to serve as a notary public to present
identification documents meeting certain requirements specified in statute as satisfactory evidence of identity.
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