Notaries public in Nevada can now apply to serve their communities as commissioned online notaries. This commission will allow you to complete electronic notarizations completely online through a secure, two-way video call.
How to Obtain Your Online Notarial Commission
Current Nevada notaries can apply to become an online notary public through the Secretary of State's Office. You can find the application and its requirements here.
As a Nevada notary, you will need to submit an exemplar as part of your online notarization application to the Secretary of State’s office. The Notarize Compliance team will provide you with this exemplar, which will contain your seal and signature on Notarize letterhead.
In order for us to send you the exemplar, you first need to do the following:
- Begin by filling in your personal information at notary.notarize.com.
- Add your traditional notarial information to the “Commission Details” tab.
- In the “Signature and Seal” tab, create your digital signature, initials, and seal.
- As soon as you complete these steps, let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll then send you the exemplar you need to complete your application.
When you receive your RON commission, just come back to notary.notarize.com and upload it to your Notarize profile! All of your other documentation will be just where you left it.
Who Can Notarize on Our Platform?
Recently, Notarize announced that it opened the Notarize platform to Nevada notaries in two ways: as an independent contracted notary working for Notarize or for businesses with employee notaries.
All notaries that use the Notarize platform must meet similar minimum compliance standards. Therefore, whether you are an independent contractor notary or a notary employed by a business using Notarize, you will follow the same application process to access our platform.
Compliance Documentation is Required to Use Notarize
You'll find a list of all the required documentation for your state at notarize.com/compliance.