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Learn How to Become a Notary or Renew Your Commission

Apply to become an Idaho notary or renew your Idaho notary commission through Notary Public Underwriters quick and simple state-approved online application!  Our application process allows you to customize your notary package to be specific to your needs even down to allowing you to upgrade the included package stamp to one you prefer. Visit our Become a Notary or Renew your Commission pages today!

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To help you get started, review the qualification required for becoming a Idaho notary public below.

Idaho notaries are appointed by the Secretary of State for a term of six years.

Each applicant must be:

  • At least 18 years old

  • A resident of or employed in the state of Idaho
  • Able to read and write the English language
  • Not have had a notary commission revoked for misconduct or have been convicted of a serious crime within 10 years of the date applying.
  • (United States citizens and lawful resident aliens may be appointed as notaries in Idaho.)
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