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A good notary association will provide information, will help you keep track of your commission expiration date and renewal information. It will also provide online resources you need, right at your fingertips. It is critical to obtain the best information available to ensure compliance with your state’s notary laws. With that said all the notary associations listed below have annual membership costs some of them help educate Notaries while others have helplines, you can call and get assistance with documents you need to notarize or answers questions you may have.

Benefits of Joining a Notary Association:

  • Access to notary forms, documents, and certificates
  • Network with other like-minding notaries
  • Keep up with technological advances related to this industry
  • Receive updated information on legislation affecting notaries
  • Receive member pricing and advanced notice on new and discounted products
  • Have access to notary related newsletters and bulletins

National Notary Association (NNA)

Serving Notaries Since 1957 the NNA delivers the supplies, services, training, and information you need to perform your Notary and Signing Agent duties professionally, confidently, and safely.

Notary Association of America (NAA)

The Notary Association of America (NAA) provides vital resources and support to an ever-growing community of notary professionals. Through continuing education, expert advice, and top-quality notary supplies, the NAA strives to help members succeed in their careers and elevate the honorable office of a notary public.

American Society of Notaries

Established in 1965, the American Society of Notaries is foremost in technical support, notary training courses, and supplies for the notary public in America. The notary ALWAYS comes first! They are a true nonprofit notary association, with no for-profit subsidiary or shareholders. We exist purely for the benefit of notaries!

U.S. Notary Association

U.S. Notary Association is geared towards connecting you with persons who need assistance with a wide variety of notary work. You control the process: you determine the fee based on your state requirements and you determine the travel fee where applicable.

If you haven’t joined an association yet, please consider it because it offers development and connections with others in the notary field and enhances your business profile. Having an industry association on your resume says you are very committed to your profession and actively participating in its advancement. Clients, customers, and organizations like that.