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In order to become a notary in Idaho, you must:
These are some common reasons why a notary application can be rejected:
No. However, the Idaho Secretary of State offers free online training to help you understand your duties as an Idaho notary.
Yes. Idaho requires a $10,000 notary bond for both new and renewing commissions. Our Idaho notary package includes a bond as well as everything else you need to become a notary!
No. You must mail the application along with the $30 state fee to:
Office of the Secretary of State
450 N. 4th Street
Boise, ID 83702
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720
No, but it's highly recommended. That's why we include a notary record-keeping journal in our complete notary package.
Yes. A self-inking stamp that meets or exceeds state requirements is included in our complete notary package. You can choose a self-inking notary stamp in your choice of 12 colors.
Idaho notary commissions last for six (6) years. A current notary public may submit an application for reappointment as soon as 90 days prior to the expiration of an existing commission. Notaries must submit a reappointment application at least 60 days before expiration.
The process of renewing your commission is the same as earning a new commission, which means you need to submit a new bond with your application and pay the application fee again.