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Depend on superior service and supplies

Avoid the hassle of an expired FL Notary commission. Get your bond and supplies, and receive helpful how-to's, first-rate service and support you can count on.

How to Renew:

  1. Purchase Your Supplies

    Get your bond, stamp and other supplies you will need.

  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 renew their commission. Let us help you.

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Commission renewal checklist

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


Florida statutes chapter 117

Statutes concerning Florida Notaries Public.


Why Choose the NNA

Renewing your Florida Notary commission can be simple. Your supply package includes the $7,500 Notary bond, Florida state filing fee, and a new stamp. Training is not required for renewing Notaries. You need to send us your original, signed application. If you meet the qualifications to be reappointed, your application will be approved and we'll send your commission certificate. You get convenience, quality, and unlimited hotline support for the four years of your commission.

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