Become an Arkansas Notary Public
The Fast and Easy Way to
Become an Arkansas Notary Public
from $50.00 for a 10-Year Notary Term.
Becoming an Arkansas Notary Public is easy as 1-2-3!
To Become an Arkansas Notary
you must be able to answer "yes" to all of the following questions:
If you have answered yes to all of the above, just follow these five simple steps to start the application process.
You will receive everything that is required to become an Arkansas Notary Public.
Order your 10-year, $7,500 Arkansas notary bond from the American Association of Notaries.
Click on the “Add to Cart” button below to purchase the bond. It is a state requirement that all new Arkansas notary public applicants provide a 10-year, $7,500 Arkansas notary bond. The cost of the 10-year, $7,500 Arkansas notary bond is only $50. The name you use to purchase the bond must be the same name you use to apply for a notary commission. Select a future bond date to allow enough time for your application to be received by the Arkansas Secretary of State. To speed up the notary application commissioning process, we will email you the bond with complete instructions the same day if you order it before 12:00 noon C.T.
Order your Arkansas notary supplies from the American Association of Notaries.
Arkansas notary law requires every notary to use an embosser seal or any colored inked stamp as long as the notary stamp impression can be reproduced under photographic methods. All of our Arkansas notary stamps, seals, and record books are made in-house, come with a lifetime replacement guarantee, and comply with Arkansas notary laws. Select one of the complete Arkansas notary supply packages from below and then click on the "add to cart" button.
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Complete and print the Arkansas notary application on the SOS website.
Follow these steps to complete the notary application:
- Go to http://bcs.sos.arkansas.gov/Account/Index
- Click on “Create an account”
- Login to your account using the user ID and password that you created in step 3
- Click on the “Notary” tab in the menu on the top and select “Notary Registration”
- Follow the step-by-step instructions listed on the website to complete the application
- Print the application
- Complete and sign the affidavit section of the application before a notary public
- Mail the completed application, the bond, and $20.00 filing fee to the State.
Take the oath of office to the circuit clerk's office of your county.
The Secretary of State's office will mail you the Oath of Office forms that you need to take to the county clerk's office in your residence county to administer your oath. You have 30 days from the time you receive your oath forms to complete this process and return the signed Oath of Office to the Secretary of State's office. You are not recognized as a notary until you receive your notary commission certificate from the state.
Fax or email us a copy of your Arkansas notary commission certificate.
Once you are approved as an Arkansas notary, email or fax a copy of your Arkansas notary commission certificate to 1-800-721-2664 or email@example.com to so we can prepare and ship your Arkansas notary supply package.
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If you prefer to pay by check, mail us your completed Arkansas notary application, supply order form, and payment. We will review your application for accuracy and completeness before filing it with the Arkansas Secretary of State's office. We will mail your supplies to you once you are approved as an Arkansas notary public.
To receive an Arkansas notary application by mail, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notary bonds and errors and omissions insurance policies provided by this insurance agency, American Association of Notaries, Inc., are underwritten by Western Surety Company, Universal Surety of America, or Surety Bonding Company of America, which are subsidiaries of CNA Surety. American Association of Notaries is owned by Kal Tabbara, a licensed insurance agent.