When can I pick up or receive my notary commission?

Once an application has been processed and the commission issued by the Secretary of State’s office, the applicant has 90 days to appear and qualify. A failure to appear by the applicant results in the return of the notary commission to the Secretary of State’s office. (486.240 Revised Statutes of Missouri)

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1. How do I become a Notary Public?
2. How long does it take to become a Notary Public?
3. Where do I have to be sworn in?
4. How do I renew my notary? Is my notary renewable?
5. How much does it cost to become a Notary Public?
6. When can I pick up or receive my notary commission?
7. Can I sign my Notary Surety Bond before I come to the office?
8. What do I need to check on my Notary Surety Bond before I come to be sworn?
9. What is my date of commission? How is it determined?
10. Will my Notary Surety Bond be sent to my mailing address?
11. Where is the County Clerk's office?
12. When can I start my official duties as a Notary Public?