Missouri notary law requires you to read the Missouri notary handbook and take a written test approved by the secretary of state’s office prior to applying to become a notary public. Now you have the option of getting the training you need at your own pace and convenience, without the hassle of traveling.
To begin the mandatory Missouri education requirements read the Missouri notary handbook online offered at no charge to new and renewing Missouri notaries by the Missouri secretary of state’s office, available 24/7. After reading the Missouri notary law handbook, you have the option of completing an online test or a written test offered by the secretary of state.
1.) Read the Missouri Notary Public Handbook.
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