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This step-by-step guide walks you through the process of becoming a notary in Nevada.
Here is a basic overview of how to become a notary in Nevada.
In order to become a notary in Nevada, you must meet the following requirements:
All Nevada notaries require a $10,000 notary bond. The state does not provide these bonds, but one is included with the notary package available on Notaries.com. Be sure to pick a name for your surety bond that you want to appear on your official seal of office.
Nevada residents must obtain a filing notice with their county clerk before submitting their application.
The filing notice includes the oath of office and proof of bond purchase. The oath of office must be taken in the presence of a Nevada notary in good standing.
Nevada requires that you complete both the Traditional Notary Training Course and the Traditional Notary Exam before you submit your application. Select (101) Traditional Notary Training from the Course Catalog, then take the test after completing the course. You need a passing score on the exam to become a notary. If you fail the exam, you can try again after 24 hours.
The online application process takes multiple steps. That’s why when you purchase our notary package, we provide you with detailed information on how to apply online.
Your online application includes:
All fees are payable online by providing a credit or debit card.
After you've submitted your application to the state, it can take two to three weeks for your Certificate of Appointment to arrive.
But before you can notarize anything, you need a notary stamp and journal (which are both included in our notary package).
Our notary package self-inking stamp includes:
*Because the expiration date is required, we cannot manufacture your notary stamp until you’ve received your Notary Certificate of Appointment with your expiration date listed on it.
When you receive your Certificate of Appointment, forward an emailed copy or scan and email a copy to email@example.com. We will then manufacture your notary stamp that will meet or exceed state specifications and promptly ship it to you.