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Welcome to the 123notary.com Michigan mobile notary page. Find a Michigan Notary Public by city, county, or zip code by clicking on the links below. Find a MI notary who accepts edocs using the search bar above. Get listed as a Michigan notary public with us today! Click on the advertise with us link at the top of the page to sign up. You can find additional search methods for finding a notary in Michigan on the advanced search page.

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MI - Notary Public Website
Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Michigan notary division.

MI - Mobile Notary Fees
A Michigan notary public may charge any mobile fee that the market will bear, but should announce their travel fees up front.

Regular Notary Fees & Information
Acknowledgments $10.00 
Jurats $10.00 
Oaths & Affirmations $10.00 
Certified Copies Not Allowed 
Witnessing & Attesting to Signatures $10.00 

Term of Office 6 to 7 years ending on the notary's birthday. 
Bond Amount $10,000 



MI - Information of Interest
There are more than 127,000 commissioned notaries in MI. A notary is a state official whose job is to administer oaths, witness acknowledgments, and attest to the authenticity of a person's signature.

Notaries are not prohibited from notarizing documents in a foreign language unfamiliar to the notary. However, notaries may suggest that their clients take particular foreign language documents to a notary who is familiar with the language used.

Notaries are not required to keep a notary register or journal, but it is highly recommended, as this is an effective way to track all notary acts in sequential order done by a particular notary.

Dual State Notary Commission Information
If you are an Ohio notary, Indiana notary, or Wisconsin notary, you can ask
the Michigan notary division if you can apply for a Michigan notary commission.
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