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In order to become a Notary in Oklahoma, you must:
These are some common reasons why a notary application can be rejected:
No. However, we offer a general notary course that is helpful in explaining and guiding you through your duties as an Oklahoma notary.
Yes. Oklahoma requires a $1,000 notary bond for both new and renewing commissions. Our Oklahoma notary package includes a bond as well as everything else you need to become a notary!
Yes. Visit this website and follow the detailed instructions included with our notary package.
Not by law, but it is highly recommended by the state as a way to help record all notarial acts in case you ever need to testify in court. That’s why we include a notary record keeping journal in our complete notary package.
Yes. A self-inking notary stamp that meets and exceeds state requirements is included in our complete notary package. All our packages include a self-inking notary stamp in your choice of 12 colors.
Oklahoma notary commissions last for four (4) years. A renewal application may be submitted no earlier than six weeks before the current commission’s expiration date.
Expired commissions past the six week point require registering as a new notary again (instead of a renewal).
The commission renewal process is the same as a new commission but you must check "renewal" in the application. Renewals need new bonds with their application and must submit the application fee again.