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The one-stop shop for all your supply needs

Rely on us for first-rate service, supplies and helpful how-to's as you become a Vermont Notary.

  1. Complete your application

    You're required to complete an oath of office form and application.

  2. Get supplies

    Supplies are optional, but add convenience.

  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 get your Vermont Notary Commission.

Additional Resources

Application Instructions

Read the instructions before starting your application.


Official Oath of Office Form

Take your oath before a duly commissioned Notary Public or Justice of the Peace.


Commission Application

Complete your application through the state website.


Checklist: Become a Vermont Notary Public

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


Why Choose the NNA for Your Notary Supplies

The NNA is a national provider of Notary supplies, training, bonds and insurance and is not a commissioning authority. Supply packages from the NNA include access to the hotline, giving assistance on unfamiliar notarization questions and situations. The use of a Notary stamp, journal or any other supply is optional in the state of Vermont.

As of December 1, 2018 notaries public are licensed by the Office of Professional Regulation. Please read the application instructions and complete the Oath of Office before applying. As of February 1, 2021, an exam will be required for new applicants.