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Louisiana Notary Services and the Governor's Stay-at-Home Order

Louisiana citizens and notaries are navigating uncharted territories these days with the onset of the Coronavirus and our governor’s stay-at-home order to combat the spread of the COVID 19 disease. Governor Edwards is taking aggressive measures to “flatten the curve” of this pandemic. We have been asked for guidance on how the order affects the office of notary in Louisiana and the notary’s public service to his or her constituents. Questions we have been asked As a result of the March 22 COVID-19 Stay at Home order, two main questions have arisen: Under this order, must Louisiana notaries public close their offices and cease providing notarial services? Are Louisiana notaries public deemed

Effective October 1, 2020, federal standards require a REAL ID driver’s license

Effective October 1, 2020, federal standards require a REAL ID driver’s license or state ID to clear airport security. For specific details and answers to frequently asked questions, click here. For information about the status of a specific state, click here. For information about the status of Louisiana, click here. Documents required by the State of Louisiana, click here. If you have not obtained a REAL ID prior to October 1st, a valid passport will be required for all travel.

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MANDEVILLE NOTARY

Brian J. Rhinehart

712 Carondelet

Mandeville, Louisiana 70448

(985) 727 9692  

SERVICING ZIP CODES:

  • 70448

  • 70471

  • 70470

  • 70447