Chicago Notary Office, located at 2050 N. Milwaukee Ave., is the first notary public service in the United States to be accredited by the Illinois Department of Banking and Finance (ICFB).

We are accredited through the U.S. Notary Commission, a U.K.-based accreditation organization that has served the public for more than 150 years.ICFB, in conjunction with the U-S Institute of Notaries, is one of the most comprehensive organizations for notaries in the world.

We accredit notaries to provide notarial services, including notarial service and information services.

We accredit more than 10,000 notaries nationwide.

We have a network of nearly 600 members and our members are responsible for ensuring that all notaries are able to fulfill their obligations.

Our accreditation has been in place for more a century and our membership has grown to more than 400,000 members.

We are the first in the U, and one of just two notaries offices in the country to be affiliated with the United Nations.

The ICFB and the U of I, together with our partner U.N. Notaries International, are working to expand and expand our service.

This year, we expanded to more Chicago notaries.

In 2016, we launched a new, fully accredited service for the public.

Our first notarial contract was awarded to Chicago Notaries.

In 2018, the ICFB announced that the notary commission will be expanding to New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. This will expand the reach of notary services to all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

The ICFB will also expand its service to other cities, towns, villages and townships in the future.

The first person who signs their first statement for us is our president, John B. Molloy, who is also a member of the ICFT Board of Directors.

We do not charge fees for notarial signatures.

We also offer a service for notary signatures that is free to our members and we provide a service that is notarial.

It is our mission to assist the public in becoming notaries, so we provide notaries with all of the services that are required to become a notary.

The first notaries signed the first statement, for us, on September 30, 2020, at the First United Methodist Church of Springfield.