How to become a notary in Arizona
The Fast and Easy Way to
Become an Arizona Notary Public
from $25.00 for a 4-Year Notary Term.
Become an Arizona Notary Only $25.00
To become an Arizona notary
you must be able to answer "yes" to all of the following questions:
If you have answered "yes" to all of the above, just follow the five simple steps listed below to start the application process.
Order your four-year, $5,000 Arizona notary bond from the American Association of Notaries.
During the application process on the Arizona Secretary of State's website, you will be asked to enter the notary bond number, the bonding company name, and the notary bond issue date and effective date. Your notary commission will be issued by the State with an effective date as stated on the notary bond. For example, if you choose a bond with an effective date of 7/1/2018, your notary commission will be issued with an effective date of 7/1/2018 and expires 4-years from the effective date.
Your application will be rejected if the state receives your application and the bond 30-days after the bond effective date. So, it is important to choose a “Bond Effective Date” in the future (at least 5-10 days from today’s date) that you are comfortable with that is within the 30-days period that you expect to deliver your application to the State.
The name you choose on the bond when you click on the “Add to Cart" button should be the same name you use when applying online for a notary public commission. The state will reject your application if the name on the bond and the online application are different (e.g.: if you choose “Notary Q. Public” on your notary bond; you cannot have “N. Q. Public” or “Notary Public” on your application).
Please click on the "Add to Cart" button below to purchase the bond. To speed up the Arizona notary application commissioning process, we will email you the Arizona notary bond with complete instructions on how to complete the application process the same day if you place your order before 12:00 noon C.T.
Complete and print your Arizona notary application on the Secretary of State’s website.
The Arizona Secretary of State will only accept notary applications completed and printed via their website. To start the Arizona notary application process go to https://apps.azsos.gov/apps/notary/application/default.aspx,click on the "Next" button, and select the option "Yes, I do have a $5,000 bond.” The application wizard will guide you step-by-step in completing your notary application.
Order your Arizona notary supplies from the American Association of Notaries.
All of our Arizona notary stamps and notary supplies are made in-house, come with a lifetime replacement guarantee, and conform to Arizona notary laws. We will mail you the notary supplies once you are approved as a notary.
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Mail your Arizona notary application and the notary bond to the Arizona Secretary of State.
Once you receive the emailed notary bond from our office, follow these steps:
1- Take the bond to a notary to execute the “Oath of Office.” Sign the “Oath of Office” in front of the notary.
2- Sign the notary application that you printed from the state's website.
3- Mail the signed application, notarized notary bond, and filing fee to the Arizona Secretary of State.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org so we can prepare and ship your Arizona notary supply package.
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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.