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Become a Michigan Notary

Trusted by commissioning authorities nationwide since 1957, the NNA makes becoming a Notary fast and effortless

Become a Notary Public in Michigan

Three Reasons Why More Notaries Choose the NNA Than Any Other Provider

  1. Fast. Easy. Worry-free. The nation’s top Notary experts serve you from start to finish

  2. Online Michigan Notary Application and Convenient Checklist guide you step-by-step

  3. Total satisfaction guarantee and value pricing!​


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How to Become a Michigan Notary in 3 Easy Steps

Order Your State-Required Bond
The NNA will provide everything you need to become a Notary in Michigan, including your state-required Notary bond and supplies. 

File Your Bond
Once you have received your bond, file it with the county clerk, who will administer your oath of office.

Become a Michigan Notary Public
Download and complete your Michigan Notary Public Application. Swear your oath of office, pay the filing fee and file your bond with the County Clerk. Then mail your application and application fee to the State within 90 days of filing your bond. When approved, you'll receive your commission information from the state.

Let Us Be Your Guide to Becoming a Michigan Notary

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

Ana L.

Requirements to Become
a Michigan Notary

  • 18 years of age
  • Resident of Michigan or maintain place of business in Michigan
  • U.S. citizen or possess proof of legal presence in the U.S.
  • Resident of county or hold business in county in which appointment is sought
  • Must read, write and understand English
  • No felony conviction in past 10 years
  • No convictions of two or more misdemeanors for violating Michigan Notary Public Act within 12-month period while commissioned
  • No convictions of three or more misdemeanors for violating Michigan Notary Public Act regardless of being commissioned
  • Not currently incarcerated in any state, county or federal correctional facility


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

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