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Bilingual Notary

Function: noun

Find bilingual notaries on 123notary.com anywhere.
Just lookup by zip code on the ADVANCED SEARCH page (the link is on the navigation bar above) and then use the language filter on the upper right hand part of the page!

A bilingual notary is a state commissioned notary public who is able to speak a language other than English fluently. Bilingual doesn't necessarily mean that you are a Spanish speaking notary public as roughly 50% of bilinguals listed on 123notary.com speak one of many world languages other than Spanish. We have notaries speaking a wide range of languages from Arabic, Basque, Croatian, and Dutch to Yoruba, and Zulu to name a few!

American Sign Language
American Sign Language is a popular language on our directory with dozens who are able to "speak" it or "sign" in it. Please use the term American Sign Language rather than just Sign Language when you use our language filter on the search results page for best results.

Filters on search results pages
We have a special check box for Spanish on our search results filter section since that is the most marketable language on the directory. Please keep in mind that notaries have a wide variety of levels of fluency, so if you need a proficient Spanish speaker, test them out on the phone before you hire them!

Big cities & less common languages
Some parts of the country have few or no speakers of particular foreign languages. However, if you are in a big city, you should be able to find notaries who speak less common languages like Armenian, Creole, Farsi, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Urdu, Vietnamese, and various Chinese dialects such as Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese, and even Shanghainese.

If you are a Spanish speaking notary, or bilingual in another language, contact us to get signed up on 123notary.com.

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