What is a Public Notary?

A notary is a person authorized to perform acts in legal affairs, in particular witnessing signatures on documents. The form that the notarial profession takes varies with local legal systems.

October 29, 2019.

A notary is a person authorized to perform acts in legal matters, in particular, to witness signatures in documents. The form adopted by the notarial profession varies with local legal systems.

I am Public Notary and I want to share a couple of things and I will get to the point about this matter. This if you want to make money as we say on the side because it is a good option. Each state has its own regulations but in general terms, it works the same wherever it wants.

What is required to be a Notary Public?
Each state has its own regulations you can research in your area it is very simple this online. But one thing that is vital that there must be is NOT TO HAVE CRIMINAL RECORD and even then and depending on the state you can look for legal ways just investigate.

If you want to be a Notary, you have to limp a course and pass an exam and have a certificate similar to this one once you pass the course.
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The cost with the stamp is between 85 and 100 dollars which you will renew every 4 years if you wish. One thing I tell you to never do, Notarize when it is expired, that can have very serious consequences so once you receive notification act but throw away the seal because nothing will be useful anymore.

I want to make a recommendation if you want to do marriages like in Florida, there is a pamphlet that even gives you guidelines on how to do a ceremony if the couple asks for that service.

Here is my idea, I have the advantage that I am Public Speaker and I speak both English languages ​​too, so as we know each person has their own religions or beliefs than to avoid controversies and that even you as a notary feel comfortable in what you will say then I have the perfect formula that worked for me and is:

Use the MARRIAGE VOTE which is something that is used throughout America and the Caribbean and what you do is divide each portion and explain it to the light of the Bible a brief application and that’s it, so there is nothing to interpret and do it in 20 minutes what people want is to celebrate that has worked perfectly for me.

If you want more ideas or training, as you can see on my card, I do that too.

How much to charge for my services?

Well, this is a standard but something is taken into consideration. It is actually $ 5.00 dollars per document but if you are asked to make the letter there you can charge more clearly and according to the letter.

Also Mortgages or Mortgages minimum $ 25 but if you have to travel there you also have to charge mileage.

Many people always give it something else but you have to establish the bases and limits. Never charge more than what is due is not a good practice.

What to do so that they know that I am a Notary?
  1) This is the first BLOG
  2) Social Media (Facebook and others)
  3) Business Cards like Vista Print for 100 only 15 dollars.
  4) Be part of the Community of Notaries.
  5) The simplest of all talk to everything you can and encourage them to talk to others.

Do your own research and according to your country and state and take this opportunity. It is an investment every four years if you are doing well because there you decide whether to continue or NOT because you remember the idea is to make money.

Detail for any case you can not notarize for yourself.

Until next time with more information a day or if you have questions here we are and what I do not look for.


Do you know what is that the black race, the Egypt Pyramids and the Music represented by the drum have in common?

They have a mother in common, a DNA or an identical genetic inheritance and without a doubt her name is AFRICA. Yes, when we think of it is to think about our Latin Music or musical heritage.


When the Spanish colonizers brought black slaves, there were also Chinese slaves, who brought their own music through wind instruments like the Chinese Bugle. These were spreading throughout Europe, then Brazil on many islands in the Caribbean, but we can say and meet the eldest son, namely the island of Cuba. His DNA or his inheritance is INDISPUTABLE, it is in Cuba where there is a creation, an evolution of what was going to be part of a Musical Cultural Revolution and that without them bone musicians themselves had any idea of ​​what would happen next .

Here are the Pioneers

Let’s talk about some figures that I am sure that if you are a follower of Latin music you have heard of these legends. Let’s start with a well-known figure in Cuba and then in New York and throughout the world, this was the legendary singer Graciela Perez Gutierrez known as Graciela, adopted sister of the famous Frank “Machito” Grillo. This was the pioneer in the Afro-jazz movement in Cuba and then the United States and the world wherever it appeared, in fact she opened the doors for other figures that we will mention and nicknamed “The Queen of Latin Jazz” and it should be noted in that tremendous voice also sang Romantic Boleros.

We also want to highlight another who was nicknamed the Queen of Soul “namely Lupe Victoria Yoli Raymond known as La Lupe, we also have Olga Guillot,” The Queen of the Bolero “and of course the largest the most legendary of all THE QUEEN OF MUNDO, LA GUARACHERA DE CUBA Celia Cruz. In other articles I will be writing more details about these legends mentioned here and note that I have mentioned responsible women who have contributed to the expansion of our musical cultural heritage.

Now let’s talk a little about the authentic rhythms originated in Cuba, such as LA RUMBA, EL SON MONTUNO, LA PACHANGA, EL MAMBO, LA CHARANGA, AND DANZON AND LOS BOLEROS. We can say with certainty that it was and continues to be the part of musical, religious cultural expression and a way of expressing joy and feelings in oneself and others.

Of course we mention in the introduction that this DNA is represented by the DRUM, and it is here that this inheritance is identified and that in fact we can say what is known as PERCUSSION. And for those who may not be familiar with these terms Drum or Timba today Congas is called but the correct term is a tumbler also in another article I will explain in detail the evolution of the drums and their inventors. But returning to the subject, here are some of the most prominent responsible for publicizing this inheritance or DNA throughout the United States and abroad.

We have the following these are: Mario Bauza “the father or founder of what is known as Afro-Cuban Jazz”, Damaso Perez Prado, for many the King of Mambo although that title was granted to Tito Puente, but before they were others like Damaso, also Machito, Beny More, Arsenio Rodriguez, percussionists, directors and arrangers like Chano Pozo who contributed a lot in American jazz like Dizzy Gilespie with the subject Manteca and Tin-Tin-Deo and as an interesting fact that although not He spoke but no English was communicated through making sounds for arrangements. and it should be noted that Arsenio was blind and played guitar and was one of the greatest influences.
Other percussionists were also Armando Peraza, Carlos Patato Valdez, Tata Guines, Fransisco Aguabella among others.

As time went by and by the time of the 60s, Rock and Roll, and other rhythms were booming in the United States, and the fact that both politics and rhythms such as boogaloo, pachanga and charanga were losing popularity, now missing a change in our heritage and well that there was a transendental change. A change that caused even controversy but it was a tremendous evolution that would create an extensive culture but without losing the original DNA or nucleus, and on that subject will also be the second part of this topic our MUSICAL DNA.

!LONG LIVE MUSIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!