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Below are links to Web sites that may be of use to Notaries. It is the general policy of the NNA to limit these links to educational, professional and governmental resource materials that are non-commercial in nature. For more information on requesting placement of a site within our links or to link to the NNA, please read our Linking Policy.
American Bar Association
Information about the law to assist attorneys and judges in their work. The ABA also illuminates important legal issues for the public and, particularly, for those persons, including paralegals, who work within the legal system.
Associated Mail and Parcel Centers
The first non-profit, member-owned and controlled association for professionals in the mail and parcel center industry. Find news concerning the industry, a report on legal developments, and comments by members on current issues impacting their business.
National Association of Realtors
The National Association of Realtors®, "The Voice for Real Estate," is America's largest professional association, representing about 800,000 members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.
National Court Reporters Association
NCRA is the 27,000-member professional association for the court reporting industry. Its members include captioners, official court reporters and freelance reporters who are responsible for making verbatim transcripts of legal, business, government and educational proceedings.
Consumer watchdog organization's privacy page, including information on legislation relating to distribution of credit and financial information, as well as resources for keeping personal information confidential.
The U.S. objective is to provide an informative educational and self-help resource for immigration.
Nationwide List of Consular Offices
This publication contains a complete and official listing of the foreign consular offices in the United States, and recognized consular officers.
Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH)
Since 1893, the Hague conference, "a melting pot of different legal traditions, " has developed and serviced treaty-like Conventions which respond to global needs -- including Convention on Apostilles that are vital for notarized documents sent abroad.