Georgia Notary Files and Forms
This section contains Georgia Notary files and forms useful to Notary Publics in the State of Georgia and for those wishing to apply.
Use the following links to order the Georgia Notary Handbook.
The current Georgia Notary Public Handbook is the 13th edition.
Web-Based Notary Training Course
Click HERE to access the free online notary training course. The course is not required in order to receive a commission but is recommended.
Notary Name/Address Change Form
Use the following form for name change, address change or phone number change requests.
Notary E-mail Address Forms
The following forms can be used by notaries to add, remove or modify their e-mail addresses that are on file with the Georgia Superior Court Clerks' Cooperative Authority.
These notarial certificates are offered as a courtesy to Georgia's notaries public as a service by the Georgia Superior Court Clerks' Cooperative Authority and the Superior Court Clerks of Georgia.
Passport Affidavit Forms
The following are affidavit forms used when a photocopy of a passport requires authentication.
The following document is a sample request letter used when submitting documents to the GSCCCA for authentication.
The following document explains how school documents must be prepared for apostille authentication.
To obtain an apostille on a criminal records check, the issuing police agency official must sign the results and that signature must be witnessed by a Georgia notary public. Police agencies often do not notarize the records check. If this is the case, complete the affidavit below and sign it in the presence of any Georgia notary public.
The following document is an example of a single status affidavit which some countries may require when getting married in that country.
The following document provides information on how to obtain an apostille on a Georgia driver’s license or a state-issued driver’s history report.
Notary Public Online Application for New and Renewing Applicants
Click HERE to fill out the online application. Note: You can only apply to become a notary in your county of residence. If the county in which you are applying does not appear in the county list, you cannot apply online in this county, in which case you should contact the Clerk of Superior Court in your county of residence to obtain an application.
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