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Become a Notary in Minnesota

Trusted by state commissioning authorities since 1957, the NNA is the undisputed leader in serving and educating Minnesota Notaries

Become a Notary

Three Easy Steps to Become a Minnesota Notary

  1. Obtain your state-required seal and recommended supplies from America’s Notary leader.

  2. Complete your Minnesota Notary application and submit it to the state.

  3. Download your Minnesota Commissioning Checklist and discover the steps you need to take to become a Minnesota Notary. 

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How to Become a Minnesota Notary in Three Easy Steps

Step 1 Obtain Your State-Required Seal and Recommended Supplies

The NNA will provide everything you need to become a Notary in Minnesota including your official seal stamp and supplies. 

Step 2 Complete Your Minnesota Notary Application and Training

To become a Notary in Minnesota, you must follow the directions and fully complete the Minnesota Notary application. Print and sign your name exactly as you would like your commission to be issued.

Step 3 Become a Minnesota Notary Public

When you have obtained your commission, scan and email a copy of your Commission Certificate to releasing@nationalnotary.org or fax to 1-800-833-1211.

Let Us Guide You to Becoming a Minnesota Notary

 

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Requirements to Become
a Minnesota Notary

  • 18 years of age
  • Resident of Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota or Wisconsin
  • Must read, write and understand English
  • No lifetime felony convictions
  • Not had a Notary commission revoked

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

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