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Mississippi Full Service Notary Bonding and Supplies

Apply to become a Mississippi notary or renew your Mississippi notary commission through our quick and simple online application process that allows you to customize your notary package even down to be able to upgrade the included stamp to other options we offer. Notary Public Underwriters is now a full service notary bonding agency that is here to direct Mississippi notaries through the application process and throughout the notary commission if they have questions.

Notary Public Underwriters now offers notary stamps, seals and embossers for Mississippi notaries. Mississippi notaries must authenticate their official acts on paper documents with a seal of office. An embossed seal impression that is not photographically reproducible may be used in addition to but not in lieu of the inked seal. Notary Public Underwriters offers a variety of notary products designed to help you accurately perform your duties and responsibilities as a notary public in Mississippi.

The Governor of Mississippi appoints notaries; however, the Secretary of State oversees the application process and maintains records on these notaries. Notary Public Underwriters sends applications to the state within 24 hours of receipt once we have assured they are within accepted guidelines. Plus, we will mail your customized stamp and other supplies within 2-3 business days after we receive notification of commission. Below we have included the requirements to become a Mississippi notary public.


You must be at least 18 years old
You must be a citizen or a permanent legal resident of the United States
You must have resided in the state of Mississippi for at least 30 days prior to the application
You must be able to read and write the English language
You must not have been convicted of a felony (unless pardoned by the Governor or had voting rights restored by the state Legislature) and not be currently incarcerated, on probation or parole
You must meet any other requirements the Secretary of State may set by rule (MCA 25-33-1 and MAC Sect. 102)