Florida Notary Renewal for $109*
2 Easy Steps to Renew
- Complete an online renewal application
If you prefer, you can PRINT IT NOW & complete by hand
- Return your notary forms to our Florida office for processing:
10 business days or less – fastest in the industry!
How to Renew Your Notary Commission Online
Because the State of Florida doesn’t automatically renew your notary or provide notices of expiration, you will need to act promptly which is where we can help. Renewing your notary commission with Florida Notary is quick, simple, and affordable. Renewing before the lapse of your notary commission will easily prevent you from dealing with extra hassle and will let you continue providing notary services without interruption.
→ Complete the on-line application and have it submitted for processing six months prior to your expiration date.
→ Pay the ($39) state filing fee
→ Purchase the $7,500 notary bond
→ Purchase a new official self-inking stamp
Florida Notary Renewal Package
$109* For 4 Years
Everything listed below is in our all inclusive notary package – which meets State requirements, with no hidden fees.
- Official Self-Inking Stamp
- Required $7,500 Notary Bond
- Notary Commission Certificate
- State Filing Fee
*Fast, Flat Rate Shipping for Only $7!
Questions About Florida Notary Application Renewal?
Learn more about the notary renewal process and about the specific requirements the State of Florida imposes for this process.As well, if you have additional questions about notary renewals, contact Florida Notary Association today. We will help get your questions answered so you can be on your way to a timely renewal.
Frequently Asked Questions About Florida Notary Renewals
Can I Renew My Florida Notary Commission Online?
Yes, Florida notary renewals are allowed online as long as you currently hold a Florida notary commission. In fact, this is the most convenient way to renew your notary license online and it only takes a few minutes to fill out the application.
How Do You Renew A Florida Notary License?
Renewing your notary commission online is the quickest way, but you have the option to renew it by mail. Here is more detailed information about the Florida notary application and how to get started.
If you would prefer to talk to a professional in person, feel free to call or visit us during our normal business hours. Our caring and knowledgeable staff is always ready to help you through the Florida notary renewal process from start to finish.
Where Can I Renew My Notary Commission?
Feel free to renew your notary commission online or by mail. If you would like to speak with one of our caring professionals, feel free to call (407) 894-6614.
How Early Can I Renew My Notary in Florida?
Your commission can’t be renewed more than sixty days before its expiration date, but the renewal process may take more time, so it’s best to get started with your Florida notary renewal six months before your commission expires.
How Do I Check the Status of my Florida Notary?
Contact the Executive Office of the Governor’s Notary Section for the status of your Florida Notary.
What Happens if You Let Your Notary Stamp Expire?
If you let your notary stamp expire, you will need to cease any notarization work until it has been renewed. The date on your notary stamp is the same as your notary commission, so once the stamp expires your commission also expires.