Alaska Notary Supplies Shop
Alaska notaries can now purchase the state-required notary stamps and seals from Notary Public of America. An Alaska notary must authenticate all official notarial acts with a seal of office. An embosser may be used in addition to, but not in place of, the seal required by the state. Notary Public of America is a leading stamp and embossing seal producer in the United States. We also promote notary education through a comprehensive study course.
The State of Alaska does not require notary education; however, the state highly recommends all notaries to take a training course. Our study course will better equip any notary public with knowledge to help them in various situations that will arise in their duties as an Alaska notary public.
We want our customers to feel like part of our notary family. In order to allow customers to voice concerns and provide ideas for improvement of our goods and services, we have created a Notary Forum for Alaska notaries. Don't be afraid to start a thread of your own!
Notary Public of America does not commission notaries in Alaska. There are two types of commissions for notaries in Alaska; regular notary commission and limited governmental notary commission. Please visit the State of Alaska website to find more information on how to apply to be appointed as an Alaska notary public.
Qualifications to become a notary public in Alaska:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be a resident of Alaska and physically present in the state with the intent to remain indefinitely
- Be a legal resident of the United States
- Not have been convicted or incarcerated for a felony in the 10 years prior to commission
- Not have had a notary commission revoked for failure to obey the law or for incompetence or malfeasance in the past 10 years
Our passion for the office of notary public and our customers shines through on every phone call received and every product shipped.