Notary License How to Become a Notary Public


Arizona Notary License

  • DUTIES: What is a Notary Public?
    • Can anybody become a Notary Public? What are the requirements for becoming an Arizona Notary Public?
    • If I was convicted of a felony but have had my civil rights restored, may I become an Arizona Notary Public?
    • You say I have to be an Arizona resident. Does that mean I have to be a citizen?
    • How do I know if I’m considered an Arizona resident?
    • What if I have two primary residences because I spend six months in Arizona and six months at my other residence?
    • What if I live just across the border in another state but have an Arizona address?
    • Some states allow nonresidents to become notaries if they live outside the borders of the state but work in that state. Does Arizona allow this?
    • What do I need to do to become an Arizona Notary Public?
  • What to File

    Document to File: Notary Public Application and completed notary bond

    Filing Fee: Standard application $43. You may expedite your application if you include an additional $25 fee. Checks and money orders can be made out to the “Arizona Secretary of State.” Please do not send cash by mail. We recommend paying with cash for in-person filings only.

    Commission Length: 4 years

    Processing time: 3-4 weeks. Expedited applications are processed within 1-2 days from when we receive your application.

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