Become an Oklahoma Notary Public
The government office responsible for appointing and commissioning a notary public in Oklahoma is the Secretary of State. In order to qualify as a notary public applicant, you must be at least 18 years old; a legal resident or employed in the State of Oklahoma; and should have no major convictions. It is also important that you review the Oklahoma Notary Public Guide.
Steps to become an Oklahoma Notary Public
1. Complete the Oklahoma Notary Public Application Form. Read and follow the instructions carefully.
2. Prepare a $25.00 filing fee via check or money order made payable to "Secretary of State".
3. Submit the completed application and filing fee to:
Secretary of State
2300 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Room 101
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4897
4. Once your application is approved by the Secretary of State's Office, your commission will be mailed to you.
Term of Office
The commission for each notary public in Oklahoma is valid for four (4) years.
Oklahoma Notary Fees
As a notary public in Oklahoma, these are the fees for notarial services and other notarial acts:
Oaths & Affirmations
Find a Notary in Oklahoma
The Oklahoma Secretary of State has provided an online notary search tool. You can also use FindNotary for a much easier way of finding a notary in Oklahoma. We have the largest directory for notary public, mobile notaries, and notary services for Oklahoma and the entire United States.
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For more information on how to become an Oklahoma Notary, visit the Oklahoma Notary Public website at https://www.sos.ok.gov/notary/default.aspx. You can also contact them at (405) 521-2516, or visit their office at 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 101, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105.