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The one-stop shop for meeting your requirements

Rely on us for first-rate service and supplies, helpful how-to's, and everything you need to make getting your Texas Notary commission easy and worry-free.

  1. Fill Out Your Application

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

  2. Purchase Your Supplies

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

  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."

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

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

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

Additional Resources

Online application and bond form

Fill out your application easily and securely.


Checklist: Become a Texas Notary Public

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


Notary Public FAQs

Answers to commonly asked questions from the Secretary of State.


Why Choose the NNA as Your Notary Bond Provider

To become a Notary in Texas, you must meet the state's eligibility requirements and submit a $10,000 Notary bond with your application. As an authorized provider, the NNA will review your application for errors, then submit the application and bond directly to the Secretary of State. A new Notary supply pakcage includes your surety bond, Notary stamp, filing fee and journal. The package also includes four years of access to the NNA hotline. The hotline experts are available to answer your notarization questions. We provide a checklist containing the steps that you need to take with the state when completing the Texas appointment process.

The NNA is not a commissioning authority. You are commissioned by the Texas Secretary of State.