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Click here for Hawaii Notary Requirements

  • 18 years of age
  • State resident
  • U.S. citizen, U.S. national or permanent resident alien authorized to work in U.S.
  • Must read, write speak, and understand English
  • Cannot be addicted to, dependent on, or a habitual user of narcotic, barbiturate,
    amphetamine, hallucinogen, opium, cocaine or other drugs or derivatives of
    similar nature

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Download your step-by-step checklist to help you renew as a Hawaii Notary.

1.

Obtain Your State-Required Bond, Seal and Supplies

The NNA will provide everything you need to renew your commission in Hawaii including your official seal stamp, $1,000 bond, record book and Notary Public sign. Download your step-by-step checklist to help you renew as a Hawaii Notary.

2.

Complete Your State-Required Application and Exam

To renew your Notary commission in Hawaii, your Hawaii Notary Public renewal application from the Attorney General's office will arrive approximately 60-days prior to your commission expiration date.

Mail your complete application, letters of justification and character, and filing fee to the State.

3.

Renew Your Hawaii Notary Public Commission

Immediately after you receive your Letter of Passing, fax the NNA a copy to 1-800-833-1211. We'll promptly send you your executed Notary bond and official seal stamp. Follow the instructions you received from the Attorney General's office to complete the commissioning process.

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