Do Post Offices Have Notary Publics?


A post office is not a common place for a notary. Many Postmasters are notaries, but it is not a common service that is offered at the post office.
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Call them up. (818) 376-3777 (Document Recording, Notary Oaths, FBN Filings) However, most clerks operate on a first come first serve basis; but Notary oaths take priority, so the
The USPS form ps1093 requires more disclosure than just the physical address of the PO Box applicant. It also requires information related to forms of personal identification that
Whilst performing basic patrol functions.
To become a notary public you need to be at least 18 years old
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