The library has a notary public on staff who is available to notarize documents during some of our hours of operation. We recommend you call 589-4600 to verify their availability before visiting the library. Below is information on what you need to bring and the documents that can be notarized.
- What do I need to bring with me?
The State of New Hampshire requires the presence of any signer(s) and witnesses. All involved parties must present valid photo identification (often a Driver’s License or Passport). Parties must know the document contents and needed notarization. If a copy of a document is being verified, both the original document and the copy must be present.
- What can’t be notarized at the library?
A Notary Public in the state of New Hampshire cannot provide notarizations for copies of Vital Records. To obtain notarizations of birth, death, marriage, divorce, or civil union certificates, please contact the local City and Town Clerks, or submit a request online here. For copies of naturalization certificates, please reach out to the local U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Office, or submit a N-565 request online here.
- Is there a charge for this service?
Nashua Public Library provides notary services free of charge.
- Where else can I go to get something notarized?
Notaries Public are often available at Nashua City Hall, local banks, and UPS locations.