Renew Your Texas Notary
Commission in Just a Few Easy Steps
Avoid the hassle of a lapsed notary commission. Renewing your Texas notary commission with us is simple, fast, and affordable. Follow the steps outlined below to continue your notary work uninterrupted.
To renew your notary commission in Texas, you must:
Complete a notary application no more than ninety days before your current notary commission expires
Purchase a $10,000 Texas notary bond
Pay a $21 state filing fee
Take the oath of office, which will be mailed or emailed to you by the Texas Secretary of State
Purchase a new notary stamp
Everything You Need to Renew Your Texas Notary Commission
Includes a One-year Membership to AAN
Limited time offer - save up to 40% on notary supplies
|This Texas notary renewal package includes:|
|Four-year, $10,000 Texas notary bond**|
|State filing fee**|
|Trodat self-inking rectangular notary stamp (item # TX201)**|
|Texas notary public manual (emailed to you in PDF format)|
|One-year membership to AAN (a $19.00 value included with your supply order at no additional cost)|
|Four years of expert support (includes help with notary procedures, name/address updates, and more)|
Your Cost: Only $89.95*
* Texas Notary Renewal Value Package I can be purchased separately at the same net savings without the four-year, $10,000 notary bond for $39.95 plus $7.95 for shipping. Enter item # P103 on the order form. Texas Notary Renewal Value Package II can be purchased separately at the same net savings without the bond for $49.95 plus $7.95 for shipping. Enter item # P104 on the order form. The Texas four-year, $10,000 notary bond can also be purchased without the notary supplies or the state filing fee for $50. Discounts apply only to notary supplies.
** Required by Texas notary law.
New! Renew Your Texas Notary Commission Online
Our paperless notary renewal application wizard will guide you step by step to complete and e-sign your Texas notary renewal application online with a click of your mouse. This efficient, paperless process will eliminate the need to print, scan, and then mail, fax, or email your Texas notary application. You may choose to apply online or offline. Either way, we make it fast and easy for you to become a Texas notary public.
Why Renew Your Texas Notary Commission Online?
Your notary application will be approved faster, which means you'll get your commission sooner!
The Texas Secretary of State will use your information exactly as you type it. You will not have to worry about someone else making a mistake while completing your notary application.
You will be able to track the status of your application online, and you will receive email notifications regarding the status of your application.
You will have the choice of paying for the notary application and notary supplies by check or credit card.
Ideal for businesses! Unlike other websites, we allow you to apply for notary commissions for more than one person.
You can save your application at any point and come back later to finish it.
Don't want to renew online?
Renewing your Texas notary commission online is safe, easy, and fast, but if you'd prefer to renew offline, follow these three simple steps to start the renewal notary application process.
We will get your application renewed in ten to twenty working days.
Click here to print the Texas notary renewal application forms.
Select one of the Texas Notary Commission Renewal Packages listed on the order form. Choose your stamp ink and case color. All our products are manufactured in-house, comply with Texas notary laws, and come with a lifetime replacement guarantee.
Mail us your completed Texas notary renewal application, order form, and payment. We will review your renewal notary application for accuracy, issue the bond, and file it with the Secretary of State. We will ship your supplies once you are approved as a notary public.
Texas notary bonds and errors and omissions insurance policies provided by this insurance agency, the American Association of Notaries, Inc., are underwritten by Western Surety Company (established 1900). American Association of Notaries is owned by Kal Tabbara, a licensed insurance agent in Texas.