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CPS EXAMINATION SERVICES - STATE OF CALIFORNIA NOTARY PUBLIC EXAM
February 10, 2010
2600 47th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94116
Session Date & Time: 1/23/2010 10:30:00 AM
Session Name: 150964-San Francisco State University-San Francisco
Congratulations! You have passed the State of California Notary Public Examination.
Your application and fee have been forwarded to the Secretary of State. You will receive your
commission once your application has been approved AND AFTER you have completed and
passed a background check. If you have not received your commission packet or a letter requesting
additional information approximately ten to twelve weeks after you had your fingerprints taken, you
may call the Notary Public Section, Office of the Secretary of State, at (916) 653-3595.
All persons appointed as a Notary Public are required to undergo a background check by the
California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for each and every Notary
Public appointment. This affects all notary public applicants including notaries public seeking
reappointment. The Request for Live Scan Service form is available on the Secretary of State
website at: http://www.sos.ca.gov/business/notary/notary.htm. Your test results are valid for one
yearfrom your exam date. If you delay in having your fingerprints taken, you may be required to
Reappointing Applicants Please Note: If you are an applicant seeking reappointment, and you did
not take the exam at least four months (16 weeks) prior to the expiration date on your commission,
you may experience a lapse between commission terms.
Commissions will not be sent out earlier than 30 days before your existing commission expires.
SEE REVERSE FOR LIVE SCAN INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR LIVE SCAN FINGERPRINTING
NOTE: All applicants MUST have your finge rprints taken at a live scan location
BEFORE your Notary Public commission can be issued. Government Code
section 8201.1 requires the Secretary of State’s Office to receive a completed
background check prior to issuing a commission.
Now that you have passed the exam, you will need to schedule an appointment at a live scan site
to have your fingerprints taken. The Department of Justice (DOJ) provides a listing of live scan
locations that offer applicant fingerprinting services. For information on scheduling an
appointment at a live scan site, visit the DOJ’s listing online at
http://ag.ca.gov/fingerprints/publications/contact.htm or you may contact the Secretary of State’s
Office for information on locations.
Your live scan fingerprints must be submitted electronically to the DOJ from the live scan site
and cannot be printed on a hard card and submitted to our office.
Bring the following with you when you go to the live scan site:
1. Your completed live scan form. (For instructions on completing the live scan form, please
see the back of the form.) Be sure to include your social security number on the live scan
form in order to match your fingerprint results with your application. If asked to
provide an OCA number, please use your social security number. You DO NOT need
to return a copy of the form to the Secretary of State;
2. State or federal issued photo identification, such as a driver’s license or State DMV I.D. card;
3. A $51.00 fingerprint processing fee and an additional rolling fee for the live scan vendor.
Please call the live scan site to determine the acceptable type of payment and to verify the
amount of the rolling fee.