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Become an Oklahoma Notary Public

The Fast and Easy Way to Become an Oklahoma Notary Public
from $30.00 for a 4-Year Notary Term.

Become an Oklahoma notary public

Becoming an Oklahoma Notary Public is as easy as 1-2-3!

To become an Oklahoma notary

you must be able to answer "yes" to all of the following questions:

  • Are you 18 years old or older?
  • Are you a legal resident of Oklahoma or a non-resident employed in Oklahoma?
  • Can you read and write English?
  • Have you not been convicted of a felony?

If you have answered "yes" to all of the above, just follow the four simple steps listed below to start the application process. We will email you everything you need to become an Oklahoma notary. This is the fastest and most affordable way to become a notary in Oklahoma.


Step 1:

Apply online for an Oklahoma notary commission.

Go to the Oklahoma Secretary of State’s website and create an account by entering your name and email address. Complete the form and submit your application electronically. There is a $25.00 state application fee for processing new notary applications. Within 24-48 hours, the Oklahoma Secretary of State will email you a notary commission certificate.


Step 2:

Purchase a four-year, $1,000 Oklahoma notary bond.

In order to be recognized as a notary, you are required to submit a 4-year $1,000 notary bond, an impression of your notary stamp, the Oath of Office, and the Loyalty Oath within sixty days of issuance of your notary commission certificate and pay a $10.00 notary bond filing fee.

Your notary bond comes with a $5,000 notary errors and omissions policy at no cost to you.

To continue, click on the “Add to Cart” below to purchase the $1,000 Oklahoma notary bond.

Notary Public Bond
 
4-year, $1,000 Oklahoma notary bond via email in one-day $30.00
 
4-Year, $5,000 Oklahoma errors & omissions insurance policy included at no additional charge Included
Your Cost: $30.00
Add to Cart

Step 3:

Order your Oklahoma notary supplies from the American Association of Notaries.

As mentioned in Step 2, the Oklahoma Secretary of State needs an impression of your Oklahoma notary stamp in order to approve you as an Oklahoma notary. All of our Oklahoma notary stamps and notary supplies are made in-house, come with a lifetime replacement guarantee, and conform to Oklahoma notary laws.

View items included in Value Package I and Value Package II

Value Package I
 
Cosco notary self-inking rectangular stamp - Item #210 $18.95
 
Oklahoma notary record book - Item #702 $8.95
 
Free one-year membership to AAN – A $19.00 value included with your supply order at no additional cost $19.00
OR
Value Package II
 
Trodat notary self-inking rectangular stamp - Item #201 $18.95
 
Oklahoma notary record book - Item #702 $8.95
 
Free one-year membership to AAN - A $19.00 value included with your supply order at no additional cost $19.00
A Total Value of: $46.90
Your Cost: $12.95
A Total Value of: $46.90
Your Cost: $12.95
Add to Cart
Add to Cart

Step 4:

Upload your Oklahoma notary bond, Oath of Office, and Loyalty Oath to the Secretary of State’s website

Once we email you the notary bond, an impression of your Oklahoma notary stamp, and the Oath of Office and Loyalty form, go to the Secretary of State’s website and perform a search with your notary name or the notary ID listed on the notary commission certificate that you received in Step 1 above. Scan the notary bond, the notarized copies of the Oath of Office and Loyalty Oath, and upload them to the state. The state will email you a receipt confirming it has received your information. You are now commissioned as an Oklahoma notary. This is the fastest and easiest way to become an Oklahoma notary public.

Make the most of your notary business! Click here to shop for additional Oklahoma notary supplies.

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.