Changing Your Address
We cannot update your addresses or other demographic information on file without your written request.
You can do this easily! Just log in to your
account and select "Address Change" on the right. Be sure you
do this for the agency's license as well, if you are responsible
for the agency.
Acceptable Identification When Notarizing
If you are a notary public, you should be aware of changes to major federal-issued IDs - including passports and "Green Cards".
The most notable changes have been prompted by the emergence of the new federal "Passport Card" - a
wallet-sized identification card issued for travelers crossing U.S. borders with Canada, Mexico and the
Caribbean, at land and sea entry points. The Passport Card contains a
photograph and limited information about the bearer. You should familiarize yourself with the Passport Card's appearance and
information. It does not currently qualify as satisfactory evidence of
for the purposes of notarization.
The federal government also has changed the appearance of another
longtime identification document, the Permanent Resident Card or
"Green Card," in an effort to thwart fakes. In May, U.S. Citizenship
and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a redesign of the card
with additional security features, and they are now all colored
green to match their common nickname.
Appointing Customer Representatives
Customer representatives (4-40s) must be appointed through the
account of the supervising general lines agent (2-20)
or the licensed/registered insurance agency for
which the customer representative works. To do this, go to
MyProfile, log in, and select the
"Access eAppoint" button under "Apply". If you have never used eAppoint, you must first register and will need to select “Register to become an appointing entity”. Once in
the eAppoint Workbench, select the required tab (New Appointment, Renew Appointment,
etc.) and follow the instructions on the page.
Click here for some FAQs on eAppoint