Notary Application

The link to the online notary application can be found at the bottom of this page. 

Notary Fee

The fee for a notary commission is $51.00 for a four-year term. Upson County Clerk of Superior Court accepts cash, debit/credit cards, or checks made payable to Upson County Clerk of Superior Court for payment.

Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday (scheduled holidays excluded).

Renewals & Applications

Applicants should bring their completed application to the Upson Clerk of Superior Court office for processing within 30 days of the online entry. Applications not processed within 30 days will be deleted from the online site, and the applicant will be required to re-enter all information. Notaries with renewals may renew their notary commission up to 30 days prior to their expiration date.

Valid Forms of ID

All applicants must bring government or state-issued identification for verification of identity and residency (i.e.: valid Georgia driver's license; valid passport; valid voter identification card; or such other valid identification by a local or state government or by the United States government).

Notaries Public Training Course

An online training course is available free of charge at the GSCCCA Learning Management System website for notaries public and notaries public applicants. The course is not required in order to receive a commission but is recommended.

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Summarized Instructions

Proceed to the online application.