To become a notary public in the State of Nebraska, a candidate must:
- be a resident of the State of Nebraska
- be nineteen (19) years old
- NOT have been convicted of a felony or other crime involving fraud or dishonesty.
- take and pass a written examination on the duties and obligations of a Notary Public
- provide a $15,000 Nebraska Notary Bond
If you meet these qualifications you may request a test packet. This packet for a new commissions must be sent to applicants at their home address (street address required). Tests are numbered and assigned to the applicant and are non-transferable. To request a test packet, please send an email request to email@example.com and provide the following information:
- Applicant’s name
- Applicant’s home address
- Applicant’s phone number
Upon successfully passing the test, you’ll need to complete and send the Nebraska Notary application, $15,000 Notary Bond, $30.00 application fee and the United States Citizenship Attestation Form to the Secretary of State’s office at the address below.
If your notary commission is approved, you will receive a Commission Certificate by first-class mail which you can take to most office supply stores to order your notarial stamp.
*NationwideNotaryBond provides a $15,000 4-year Nebraska Notary Public Bond including $5,000 4-year FREE Notary Errors & Omissions coverage for only $70.00. They process, execute and deliver notary bonds the same business day your order is received assuring timely approval of your Nebraska notary commission.
Notary Public Contact Information:
Nebraska Secretary of State
P.O. Box 95104
Lincoln, NE 68509-5104
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