The Secretary of the Commonwealth (SoC) of Virginia Notary Division has a rather stringent process to become an e-notary.
Your traditional paper commission is a requirement before applying for the e-commission. A secondary commission may be granted if the SoC receives your e-commission application and they approve the encryption method used to submit the seal image.
Here at Notaries-at-Large, we have stepped through the difficult process and successfully achieved the commission. As successful e-notaries, we are here to help you become successful as well!
Joining our team puts you in the unique position of having clients come to you for your expertise, instead of you having to search them out. There will be very few instances of questions without immediate answers, and for those, we have a solid process in place to get answers. You won’t be alone as you build your clientele.
While it is not a requirement in the State of Virginia to take any training, our public office does have rules, laws and requirements for the notarial transaction to be valid. When you are new to the field, sometimes it can be a bit confusing. We did some research and found an experienced instructor with a well prepared and informative on-line training class.
Whether you are newly commissioned or a seasoned Virginia Notary who is renewing their commission, there is a class for you! Please see the following links for additional information:
Notaries-at-Large.com is not affiliated with either company, we simply believe that well trained Notaries Public represent our industry with confidence and professionalism. We will be happy to honor a discount for our services with the submission of your Completion Certificate from VirginiaNotaryClasses.com and or VirginiaNotaryEdu.com.