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Wisconsin Notary Fees, Application, and Commission Information
Wisconsin Notary Fees 
Acknowledgments 50 cents
Affidavits 50 per page for drawing plus 12 cents per page for copying
Jurats No specified fee
Oaths & Affirmations No specified fee
Protest $1.00 for drawing and copy of protest for
nonpayment of a promissory note or bill of exchange, or the non-acceptance of such a bill.50 cents for
drawing,copying, or serving every other protest.
Become a Wisconsin notary public Requirements You must be a legal resident of the United States with an eighth grade education or equivalent. You must be familiar with the duties and responsibilities of a notary public. You must not have an arrest or conviction record that is unacceptable to the state which generally means not having a felony or conviction involving a crime that involves moral turpitude. You do NOT need to be a Wisconsin resident, nor do you need to be a United States citizen. General information Please visit the Secretary of State's website to download your Wisconsin notary application, commission form, and change of address forms just in case you move during the term of your commission. You must take an oath of office, get a $500 surety bond and file both with your local county clerk. The term of office for a Wisconsin notary is four years. Once commissioned, you are required to get a notary seal, and a notary journal or register is optional, but highly recommended. Contact information Secretary of State Notary Forms Request P. O. Box 7848 Madison, WI 53707 608-266-5594
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