Do I Need a Wyoming Notary Stamp?
Wyoming Notary Stamps – Yes! Required
According to Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 32-1-106., each notary must provide a seal of office containing in its impression the name, office and state for which he or she was appointed. Do so with either a stamp or embosser. Seal shape can be either rectangular or circular. The rectangular form cannot be more than 0.75-inches in width by 2.5-inches in length (0.75Wx2.5L). The circular form cannot be more than 2-inches in diameter. Keep in mind that state statutes require all seal impressions be photographically reproducible. An inked stamp is already photographically reproducible; if using a seal embosser you will need to purchase an impression inker in tandem. The seal impression inker darkens the raised image created by an embosser, making it ready for reproduction.
Be aware other states you plan to do business in may have separate requirements defined.
Your required Wyoming seal must include at minimum notary name, the words “Notary Public”, the name of your county and then “Wyoming” on the embosser or stamp. The seal/stamp must have a serrated or milled edge border. However, seals can be customized to include additional information such as state seal or commission expiration date if desired. Contact an appropriate vendor.