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January 22, 2021

Are you dual commissioned? Should you be?

Filed under: (5) State specific — admin @ 1:26 pm

Do you live near a state border? Not all states allow out of state notaries to become a notary in their state but some do. To the best of my knowledge here is a list of states that allow dual commissions, or at least where one of the pairs or multiples of states allows out of state notaries and where we list notaries with multiple commissions.

WA, OR,
WA, ID
ID, MT
MT, ND
KS, MO
NY, NJ
NJ, PA
NE, IA
TN, MS
FL, GA
GA, SC
RI, MA
DC, MD, VA
Possibly More…

Being dual commissioned might cost more. You will have to have two sets of stamps and perhaps journals. Two sets of bills. Two sets of many things.

123notary can list you in two states. However, there would be two listings, two sets of counties, and we hate it when people mix their list of counties between two states. But, two listings, means logging into two listings every 120 days, and perhaps double the business.

Additionally, being dual state is impressive. It means you are serious. Nobody fooling around will bother getting commissions in two or three states.

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2 Comments »

  1. I am dual commissioned and love it! I get a lot of business with having that other commission. I am also able to charge more.

    Comment by CHAR FONVILLE — February 24, 2021 @ 6:10 pm

  2. Minnesota allows dual commission. I have one there while living in South Dakota.

    Comment by Elmer P Brinkman — February 24, 2021 @ 7:51 pm

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