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Arizona Notary Fees and FAQ
Arizona Notary Fees
This information is based on NRS 240.100 
Acknowledgments                                              $2.00 for first signer
For administering an oath or
affirmation without a signature                            $2.00
For a certified copy                                            $2.00
For a jurat, for each signature on the affidavit      $2.00
FAQ - Arizona notary questions and answers
Q. Where can I learn more about Arizona notary acknowledgments?
A. Please visit this state's notary division page by clicking on the link on this page entitled "state notary division 
    contact page"
Q. Where can I find a good Arizona notary directory?
A. If you want to find mobile notaries, our site is a very effective directory for notaries in any state.  If you are 
    looking for a list of all notaries public in the entire state, please visit our "state notary division contact page", 
    and contact the state notary division to find out if they will furnish you with a list of all notaries in the state.  
    Many states will sell you a list for a small fee.
Q. Where can I get a copy of the Arizona Notary Handbook
    Please contact the Arizona state notary division.  Contact information is available at 

Q. Where can I find a good Arizona notary seminar?
A. www.becomeanotary.us has good materials and reference materials for becoming a notary in many states.  
    You can find notary law primers and handbooks  for most states there.
Q. How can I find traveling notary or mobile notary jobs in Arizona
A. The best way to get mobile notary jobs is to advertise on internet directories such as 123notary as well as 
    online and offline yellow pages.  
Q. Is there a Arizona notary association and how could such an organization help me?
A. For your needs as a notary public, you need an organization that can help you become a notary, get supplies, 
    and market your mobile notary and signing agent services.  The National Notary Association is a fantastic source 
    for information to help you become a notary in any state and for notary supplies.  123notary.com is a great place 
    to help you market your mobile notary services and signing agent services.
Q. Where can I find a Arizona title agent?
A. There are title agents that you can find using online yellow pages.

Q. Where can I find out how to become a notary in the state of Arizona?
A. Just click on the link at the bottom of the page and you can find out the basic rules and procedures for 
    becoming an AZ notary public.
Q. I was convicted of a felony or other crime, can I still become a notary in Arizona?
A. You really need to contact the Arizona notary division as they handle these issues on a case by case basis.

Related Links
Arizona Notary Public General Information
Become an Arizona Notary Public
Arizona Notary Acknowledgment, Jurat Information
Arizona Notary Fees and FAQ Information