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Become a Notary in Pennsylvania

Since 1957 the NNA has been serving the nation's Notaries. Let us help guide you through the process on how to become a notary in Pennsylvania.

Become a Notary Public in Pennsylvania

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

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

  2. Superior Training Helps You Avoid Costly Mistakes: Developed by the nation’s leading experts, our state-required course protects you against embarrassing, costly mistakes. 

  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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Let the NNA Help You Become a Pennsylvania Notary

Purchase your Pennsylvania State-Required Training, Notary Bond and Supplies
Select one of our supply packages that are designed specifically for new Notaries. Starting as low as $230, our new Notary packages include:

  • State-required e-learning course
  • Four-year $10,000 Notary surety bond
  • Notary seal stamp
  • And additional state-required supplies you need to start your commission

Apply for Your Commission
Complete your Pennsylvania Notary Public application online to ensure an expedited processing time. Our NNA Application Support Team is available to you through the entire commissioning process.

Get started now on your journey to become a Pennsylvania Notary Public!


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


Requirements to Become
a Pennsylvania Notary

  • 18 years of age
  • Resident of, or employed in, the Commonwealth with an actual physical business address rather than a post office box
  • Must read, write and understand English
  • Be of good character, integrity and ability
  • No conviction of, or pled guilty or nolo contendere to, felony or lesser offense incompatible with Notary duties
  • Not had Notary commission revoked in any state in past five years


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

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