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Become a Kentucky Notary

Trusted by commissioning authorities nationwide since 1957, the NNA makes becoming a Notary fast and worry-free.

Become a Notary Public in Kentucky

Three Easy Steps to Become a Kentucky Notary

  1. Obtain Your State-Required Bond, Seal and Supplies: Only the NNA gives you all you need – all in one place

  2. Download and Complete Your Kentucky Notary Application: America’s leader is ready to assist you

  3. Comply with State Law: Rely on us to provide everything you need to perform your duties properly.

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How to Become a Notary Public in Kentucky in Three Easy Steps

Step 1Obtain Your State-Required Bond, Official Seal and Supplies

The NNA will provide everything you need to become a Notary in Kentucky, including your state-required Notary bond, official seal stamp and supplies.

Step 2Complete Your State-Required Application

To become a Notary in Kentucky, download and complete your Kentucky Notary Public application. Mail your application, along with the fee, to the State.

Step 3 Become a Kentucky Notary Public

To receive your Notary bond, fax a copy of your Notice of Appointment to 1-800-833-1211. The NNA will provide complete instructions and assist you with each step in completing the process of becoming a Kentucky Notary.

Let Us Guide You to Becoming a Kentucky Notary


The NNA is a great organization. They have some of the best Notary supplies on the market.


Requirements to Become
a Kentucky Notary

  • 18 years of age
  • State at Large commission: must be a Kentucky resident living or employed in county in which application is made or a non-resident of Kentucky and principally employed in county in which application is made
  • Special commission: resident of county in which application is made or a non-resident of Kentucky
  • Must read, write and understand English
  • Be of good moral character
  • No felony convictions unless civil rights have been restored
  • Be capable of performing duties of Notary


Since 1957, we’ve helped MILLIONS to renew as Notaries,
more than any other organization in America.

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