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Why choose the NNA to become a Notary in Florida?

As a state-approved Notary processor and an industry leader for over 65 years, we have the knowledge, experience and expertise to help you get your Florida Notary commission with ease.

  1. Take your training

    Finish the 3-hour course online and receive your proof of completion.

  2. Fill out your application

    We'll guide you through the required fields. Just print, sign and mail!

  3. Complete the process

    We'll give you easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions. 

What Our Customers
Are Saying

"Filling out and submitting my application was a breeze. The NNA took care of me, start to finish."

Robert G.

"Your system truly works. I have gotten my commission twice with you guys and it's always been easy."

Ana L.

"I love the NNA! I would be lost without the support I receive from them."

Nikki C.

We help thousands of people a year become Notaries. Let us help you.

Additional Resources

Online application and bond form

Fill out your application easily and securely.


Checklist: Become a Florida Notary Public

State requirements and step-by-step instructions on the Florida Notary commission process.


Florida statutes chapter 117

Statutes concerning Florida Notaries Public.


Why Choose the NNA When Becoming a Florida Notary

We believe in simplifying the process to become a Notary in Florida. When you purchase a new Notary supply package, you get unlimited service and support. We'll guide you through filling out your application. For the duration of your 4-year commission, you'll receive access to the NNA hotline, which thousands of Notaries turn to for expert guidance when faced with an unfamiliar situation. Plus, you get the assurance of the NNA guarantee on your notarial supplies.

The National Notary Association is not a commissioning authority. You are appointed and commissioned by the Governor of Florida.

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