Become an Arizona Notary Public
The Fast and Easy Way to
Become an Arizona Notary Public
from $25.00 for a 4-Year Notary Term.
Becoming an Arizona Notary Public is as easy as 1-2-3!
To Become an Arizona Notary
you must be able to answer "yes" to all of the following questions:
If you answered yes to all of the above, just follow these five simple steps to start the application process. You’ll get everything that’s required to become an Arizona notary public.
Create an application record and print the bond instruction form.
Effective June 22, 2015, the Arizona Secretary of State will only accept notary applications completed and printed via their website. To start the application process, please follow these steps:
1- Go to https://apps.azsos.gov/apps/notary/application/default.aspx, click on the "Next" button, select the option "No, I do NOT have a $5,000 bond and am just starting this process," and then click on the "Next" button.
2- Enter your email address, date of birth, and the name you intend to use as a notary. (Please keep in mind that your bond will be issued using the name you entered on this page.) Click on the "Next" button.
3- Answer all the qualification questions. Click on the "Next" button.
4- Select your notary commission effective dates. You have thirty days from the commission effective date to submit your application to the state. We recommend choosing a future commission effective date to allow enough time for your application to be completed and delivered to the state. (Choose an effective date at least five days or more from the date that you are starting the application process.)
5- Print your bond instruction form.
Order your four-year, $5,000 Arizona notary bond from the American Association of Notaries.
Click on the "Add to Cart" button below and complete the required fields using the information printed on the "Bond Instruction Form for Your Bonding Company" that you printed in "Step 1."
To speed up the notary application commissioning process, we will email you the Arizona notary bond with complete instructions the same day if you order before 12:00 noon C.T.
Order your Arizona notary supplies from the American Association of Notaries.
Arizona notary law requires every notary to use a rectangular, dark-inked notary stamp on every notary certificate. The stamp impression should not be more than 1 ˝ inches high and 2 ˝ inches wide. All of our Arizona notary stamps, seals, and record books are made in-house, come with a lifetime replacement guarantee, and comply with Arizona notary laws. Select one of the complete Arizona notary supply packages from below and then click on the "add to cart" button.
Value Package I
Value Package II
A Total Value of: $53.90
Your Cost: $26.95
A Total Value of: $77.85
Your Cost: $45.95
Print and mail your Arizona notary application.
Once you receive the emailed notary bond from us, follow these steps:
1- Go to https://apps.azsos.gov/apps/notary/application/default.aspx, click on the "Next button, select the option "Yes, I already have a $5,000 bond and am ready to complete my application." Then click on the "Next" button.
2- Select the option "I have an application ID number from the application I started." Enter the application number printed on the "Bond Instruction Form for Your Bonding Company" that you printed in "Step 1." Complete all the required fields in the application.
3- Mail your signed notary application, the signed and notarized notary bond emailed to you by the American Association of Notaries, and the filing fees to the Secretary of State's office.
Fax or email us a copy of your Arizona notary commission certificate.
When you are approved as a notary, email or fax a copy of your Arizona notary commission certificate to 1-800-721-2664 or email@example.com so we can prepare and ship your Arizona notary supply package.
Make the most of your business! Click here to shop for additional Arizona notary supplies.
Notary bonds and errors and omissions insurance policies provided by this insurance agency, the American Association of Notaries, Inc., are underwritten by Western Surety Company, Universal Surety of America, or Surety Bonding Company of America, which are subsidiaries of CNA Surety. American Association of Notaries, is owned by Kal Tabbara, licensed insurance agent.