Arizona notaries can now apply to become E-notaries and/or Remote Online Notaries. The steps below must be taken BEFORE submitting your application.
Please note that there is no additional fee or bond at this time to become an Electronic or Remote Online Notary.
Reminder: Per Notary Rules, Notary fees shall be from "No charge up to a maximum of $10.00 per Notarial Act". This includes electronic and remote online notary fees.
- You must be a current, active Arizona notary public.
- You must review the applicable Administrative Rules BEFORE applying.
- You must contract with a vendor that provides the technology that you intend to use to perform electronic and/or remote notarizations. Below is a list of some of the vendors that you may wish to contact.
- Your application must provide a description of the technologies that you intend to use.
- Your application must provide the name and website URL of the vendor that will supply the technologies that you intend to use.
Frequently Asked Questions
VENDORS - Please note that this is not a complete listing and you may use any vendor that meets the requirements set forth in the Notary Rules
Remote Online Notary Providers:
Electronic Notary Providers:
The Arizona Secretary of State does not endorse any particular third-party vendors. The basic requirements for the technology are found in the Rules.
Electronic/Remote Notary Request
Please have your vendor and the technology that you will be using available as you will be required to include it on the application.