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Become a Missouri Notary

Since 1957 the NNA has been serving the nation's Notaries.  Let us help guide you through the process to become a Notary in Missouri.

Become a Notary Public in Missouri

Three Reasons Why the NNA Is Your #1 Choice when Becoming a Missouri Notary

  1. Fast, Easy, Worry-Free: Step-by-step checklist and unlimited toll-free access to our Missouri Notary experts take the worry out of commissioning and performing your duties.

  2. Step-by-Step Support: The NNA Application Support Team will assist with any questions you have throughout the commission process. 

  3. Supply Packages Designed Exclusively for New Notaries: Select from supply packages built by experts who've served millions of new Notaries just like you - your satisfaction is guaranteed.  

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The Worry-Free Way to Become a Missouri Notary

Once you have read the Missouri Notary Public Handbook, registered and taken the online training course, you can apply for your commission online with the Secretary of State.

Select one of our supply packages which includes all the state-required supplies you need to start your commission.

Rely on us for unlimited toll-free Notary hotline access for the entire length of your commission!

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


Requirements to Become
a Missouri Notary

  • 18 years of age
  • Be a registered voter of the county within and for which the applicant is to be commissioned, or a permanent resident alien of the United States
  • Legally reside in the county in which the applicant seeks to be commissioned;
    non-resident applicants must be employed in Missouri, use of Notary seal only in the course of employment, have a work address in the county in which commission is sought and authorize the Missouri Secretary of State to accept services of process or other legal notifications on applicant's behalf
  • Non-residents working in the state may be commissioned
  • Must read, write and understand English
  • Not had a commission revoked during the past ten years
  • No felony convictions


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

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