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Can my Merchant Mariner Oath say Sample?

Yes.

Every person who receives an original MMC must first take an oath, before an official authorized to give such an oath.


Who may administer an oath?

An oath may be administered by any Coast Guard-designated individual or any person legally permitted to administer oaths in the jurisdiction where the person taking the oath resides. A public notary can sign instead of the Coast Guard-designated individual.


Where do I find a Notary?

A notary can usually be found by asking for one at one of the following locations: bank, law firm, real estate firm, library, parcel shipping store, photocopy shop, tax preparer, accountant office, college or university.



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