What are the qualifications to become a notary public in Kansas

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To become a notary public in Kansas, applicants must meet the following qualifications:

  1. Residency: Applicants must be a resident of Kansas or be employed in Kansas and live in a state that borders Kansas.

  2. Age: Applicants must be at least 18 years old.

  3. Citizenship: Applicants must be a citizen or legal resident of the United States.

  4. Education: There are no educational requirements to become a Kansas notary.

  5. Background Check: Applicants must undergo a criminal background check.

  6. Exam: Applicants must pass an exam that covers the laws and regulations related to notary public duties.

  7. Bond: Applicants must obtain a surety bond of at least $7,500.

  8. Application: Applicants must complete and submit an application to the Kansas Secretary of State's office.

Once these qualifications are met, the applicant will be commissioned as a notary public in Kansas for a term of four years. It is important to note that notaries public in Kansas are prohibited from providing legal advice or services, and must follow all laws and regulations related to their duties.

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