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We're here to help before and during your commission.

You can take your course online, apply and take your exam with the state, and then rely on us for helpful how-to’s and everything you need as a PA Notary.

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We help thousands of people a year become Notaries. Let us help you get your Pennsylvania Notary Commission.

Additional Resources

Checklist: Become a Pennsylvania Notary Public

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


Notary Application

Submit your PA application through the state.


PennDOT card agent services handbook

Find out how to become a card agent.


Why Choose the NNA as Your Notary Training Provider

Choosing a Pennsylvania Notary package through the NNA helps you meet the state's requirements for working as a commissioned Notary Public. Your supply package includes the state-required Notary training class, bond and journal. In addition, your package includes access to the NNA Hotline for the length of your PA Notary commission, where new Notaries can get live expert assistance on Notary procedures. The NNA is an approved training vendor in PA. A Notary who wishes to process PennDOT documents must apply for Agent Services status.

PA Notary licenses are issued by the Department of State.