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New Hampshire Notary Fees, Application, and Commission Information

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New Hampshire Notary Fees
A fee of no more than $10.00 can be collected for each oath,
witness, service or certification, except that:
For depositions, a fee of $5.00 but not more than $50.00 may be
collected. The fee is based upon the amount that the notary feels is
sufficient payment for his services. The notary is also entitled to
.20/mile when traveling to swear in witnesses.
No fees are allowed for administering and certifying oaths of
office of town officers.

Become a New Hampshire notary public
You must be at least eighteen years old. The applicant must sign a written statement under oath as to 
whether he/she has ever been convicted of a crime that has not been annulled by a court, other than 
minor traffic violations.  The application must be endorsed by two notaries public and one registered 
voter of New Hampshire. The applicant must complete a State Police Records Check Form.  The applicant 
must submit a $75 fee for a five year New Hampshire notary commission.
New Hampshire notary applications
A notary application can be requested by U.S. mail, email elections@sos.state.nh.us , or by phone. 
Your application will be submitted to the Governor and Executive Council for nomination and appointment.  
The oath of office must be signed by two individuals who must be either notaries, or justices of the 
peace ( one of each is sufficient ). 
New Hampshire notary seal and/or stamp
All notarized documents must have been affixed by an official notary seal or stamp. The seal must have 
the name of the notary, the words, "notary public", the words "New Hampshire". A separate rubber stamp 
should indicate the notary's expiration date which is a rule particular to New Hampshire.  However, a 
notary stamp must have all the indicated information including the expiration date of the notary 
Other information
Witnessing a signature is considered an official notarial act in New Hampshire.