Florida Notary Service
The Fastest and Easiest way to Become a Florida Notary or to Renew your Commission.
Online Notary Application
Our online Notary license application gives you the following:
- Step-by-step instructions.
- Prompts to provide the required information online.
- Complete at your own paceâ€¦often in five minutes or less.
- Log on and off as needed to complete without losing any of your invested time in the process.
- Our system will safeguard your information.
- Notary application and associated documents will be prepared for you automatically.
- Simply print, sign, and mail.
How it Works
Need a notary public in your office? Want to start or renew your personal Notary Commission? Florida Notary Service provides a quick solution for your notary needs. A personal or business credit card is accepted for your notary registration. The notary license (commission certificate) will be received by you or your notary in approximately 10 business days from the time we receive their signed application materials. Need additional information? Click here for frequently asked questions or call us: (407) 398-0153.
Florida Notary Service.com
225 E Robinson St #570
Orlando, FL 32801
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