Wisconsin Notary

Become or renew your notary commission today!


Notary Express offers a few simple steps to become or renew your notary commission. With our help, becoming a notary is easy, fast and affordable.  Our notary packages contain everything you need, in accordance with Wisconsin law, to perform your notarial duties correctly and efficiently.

We offer Standard and Deluxe Packages that include basic and additional layers of E&O protection and supplies.  Review the Wisconsin notary qualifications and package options below.

Select Your Notary Package


Includes extra E&O protection.
Traditional Notary
$ 99
4 Year Term
  • $500 Notary Bond
  • $15,000 E&O Insurance
  • Self-Inking Notary Stamp
  • Notary Record Journal
Best Value


Includes basic E&O protection.
Traditional Notary
$ 59
4 Year Term
  • $500 Notary Bond
  • $5000 E&O Insurance
  • Self-Inking Notary Stamp
  • Notary Record Journal

Package prices reflect savings over purchasing items individually. We will mail your customized stamp and other supplies within 5 business days of your purchase. All Notary Express supplies come with a notary term guarantee.

Submit Application, Oath, Exam

After purchasing your notary package, please submit the following by either Email or Mail to the Wisconsin Secretary of State:

  • Your signed notary application
  • Your signed Oath of Office form
  • Your certificate from passing the Notary Exam with 90% or better (taken within 1 year of the date of submission of the application)
  • Your notary bond information
  • Email all forms to:  DFINotary@dfi.wisconsin.gov
  • Or mail to: Notary Records Section, Department of Financial Institutions, PO Box 7847, Madison, WI 53707-7847

Wisconsin Notary Qualifications

To become or renew as a WISCONSIN Notary Public, you must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be a resident of the State of Wisconsin
  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Have at least the equivalent of an eighth grade education
  • Not have been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor violating the public trust, unless the conviction has been pardoned
  • Be familiar with the duties and responsibilities of being a Notary Public
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