Your One-Stop Shop to Become an Oklahoma Notary


The American Association of Notaries offers a simple step-by-step guide to become an Oklahoma notary. With our help, becoming an Oklahoma notary is easy and hassle-free.

To become an Oklahoma notary you must:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Be a legal resident of Oklahoma
  • Be able to read and write the English language
  • Have not been convicted of a felony

How It Works


Complete an online notary application at the Oklahoma Secretary of State's Website

All notary applicants are required to compelete the application on the state website, and pay a $25.00 filing fee. Click here to start the Oklahoma notary application.

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

The notary bond is required by the state to protect the public against notary errors. Our Oklahoma notary bonds comes with a four-year, $5,000 errors and omissions insurance policy at no additional cost to you. Click here to purchase the notary bond.

Purchase an Oklahoma Notary Stamp

Once approved as a Oklahoma notary, you need to purchase an Oklahoma notary stamp and a record book to perform notarial acts. Click here to order a Oklahoma notary stamp.

File the notary bond with the Oklahoma Secretary of State

File the Oklahoma notary bond, the oath of office, the loyalty oath, and an impression of your notary stamp with the Oklahoma Secretary of State. This is the final step to become an Oklahoma notary.

  1. Apply online to become an Oklahoma notary.

    Go to the Oklahoma Secretary of State – Notary Public Division website to create an account and start the application process. After 24-48 hours, the Oklahoma Secretary of State will email you a commission certificate, a blank bond form, and the oath of office and loyalty forms that you need to complete, notarize and send back to the Secretary of State along with an impression of your notary stamp.

  2. Order your four-year, $1,000 Oklahoma notary bond - it includes a $5,000 errors and omissions policy at no extra cost.

    The Oklahoma Secretary of State requires all new Oklahoma notary applicants to be bonded for $1,000 during the notary's term of office. To speed up the notary process, we will email you the Oklahoma notary bond to file it with the Oklahoma Secretary of State's Office. Click on the "Add to Cart" button below to purchase the Oklahoma notary bond.

    Oklahoma Notary Public Bond

    $30.00
    4-year, $1,000 Oklahoma notary bond via email in one-day
    Included
    4-Year, $5,000 Oklahoma errors & omissions insurance policy included at no additional charge
    Your Cost $30.00
  3. Order your Oklahoma notary supplies.

    Oklahoma law requires every notary to use either a notary metal seal embosser or an inked notary stamp everytime they notarize a document. In addition, the Oklahoma Secretary of State recommends that notaries keep a perfectly bound notary journal or record book containing numbered pages. All of our Oklahoma notary stamps, seals, and record books are made in-house, come with a lifetime replacement guarantee, and comply with Oklahoma notary laws. Choose one of the Oklahoma notary supply packages listed below and then click on the "Add to Cart" button.

    Value Package I


    $19.95
    Cosco notary self-inking rectangular stamp - Item #210
    $ 9.95
    Oklahoma notary record book - Item #702
    $19.00
    Free one-year membership to AAN
    A $19.00 value included with your supply order at no additional cost
    Total Value $48.90
    Your Cost $12.95

    Value Package II


    $19.95
    Trodat notary self-inking rectangular stamp - Item #201
    $ 9.95
    Oklahoma notary record book - Item #702
    $19.00
    Free one-year membership to AAN
    A $19.00 value included with your supply order at no additional cost
    Total Value $48.90
    Your Cost $12.95
  4. Upload the Oklahoma notary bond to the Oklahoma Secretary of State

    Upon approval, the Secretary of State will send you an email directing you to upload a copy of the notary bond, an impression of your Oklahoma notary stamp, and the oath of office and loyalty forms. 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.

Oklahoma 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 (established 1900). Kal Tabbara is a licensed insurance agent in Oklahoma.