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Texas Notary Public General Information
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Texas Notary Classes and Seminars
Texas Notary Commission Application Handbook

Notary Acknowledgment Texas

Do you need a notary do complete a Texas notary acknowledgment, jurat, or Texas 
notary statement?
Just search for a notary on our advanced search page by zip code.  All of the notaries our our site 
are able to help with this type of notarization.  Texas notary acknowledgments and Texas notary 
jurats are some of the most basic notary procedures.  Please be positive that you know exactly what 
type of notarization you need, because notaries are not allowed to give legal advice to any signer.

Texas Notary Classes
If you want to become a notary, please find Texas notary Class information on our Texas Notary 
Classes and Seminars page to learn where you can study to become a notary. Once you have become a 
notary public in Texas, you are take one of our loan signing courses to become a signing agent. 
Signing agents make a great part time income by going to borrowers' houses to facilitate loan signings.  
Our take home courses make it possible to learn how to be a signing agent in the privacy of your 
own home in less than two weeks.  Call us at 888-838-1458 if you have any questions about our loan 
signing courses.

Notary Wording: Texas
Please visit our TX Acknowledgment and Jurat page to see what the official notarial wording is for 
Texas notary acts.  If a particular document is to be recorded within the state of Texas, make sure 
that your notary uses the official state wording (Texas notary wording or Texas notary verbiage).

Q. Where can I get a state of Texas Acknowledgment?
A. Any notary in Texas can help you get this done.  Look one up on our Find a Notary page.
Q. Where can I get a Texas notary handbook?
A. Look this up on our Texas notary commission application handbook page.
Q. Where can I find a notary who can do a translation for me in Texas?
A. It might be a more beneficial idea to find a separate individual to do the translation and then 
    find a notary public in Texas to notarize the document for you.  Make sure that the signer speaks 
    the same language as the notary public as this is a requirement in Texas.
Q. What are travel fees for notaries in Texas?
A. Please look this up on our Texas Notary Fees and FAQ page.
Find a notary in Texas
123notary has hundreds of notaries in Texas with a high concentration in:  Austin, Dallas, El Paso, 
Fort Worth, and Houston.

Can I become a dual commissioned notary in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, or Oklahoma?  
To become a Texas notary, or a notary in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, or Oklahoma, please ask 
the state notary division of the state in question