Notaries Public

Notaries Public
Who Qualifies to Become a Notary Public?
  • Individuals at least 18 years of age
  • Residents of the State of Wyoming and the county from which the application is made
  • Individuals that can read and write the English language
  • A convicted felon is not eligible to be a notary unless the felony conviction has been:
  • Reversed or annulled;
  • Pardoned; or
  • All rights have been restored pursuant to W.S. 7-13-105(a).
To become a notary public, an individual must complete an application and send it to the Wyoming Secretary of State with a $30 fee. A person is commissioned as a notary for a term of four years. The Secretary of State will issue a commission and send a certificate to the Clerk's office. The Secretary of State will notify the applicant as well. Within 60 days of the Clerk receiving this certificate, the applicant must submit to the County Clerk an oath and bond in the amount of $500. At that time, the County Clerk will record the certificate and the bond at the current recording fee.

Each notary public must provide him or herself with an official seal. This seal must show his or her name, the words "notary public," the name of the County where residing, and the word "Wyoming."

NOTARY PUBLIC Commission and Oath Bond First page $12
Each additional page $3
COUNTY CLERK'S Certification for a Notary $5

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Ph: (307) 922-5213 Rock Springs

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