Applicants for an Alaska notary license must register online through the Alaska Office of Lieutenant Governor.
You first apply for your notary bond before obtaining a commission from the state. According the Office of Lieutenant governor, not obtaining your bond as the first step in your licensing steps slows the process down for you.
Your $1000 Alaska notary bond is a onetime payment of $40 for the term of your 4-year commission.
When you call us, we’ll be able to help you obtain your Alaska notary bond within a matter of minutes.
We’ll just ask you the following: your name and address, as it should appear on your bond, along with your phone number and email.
If you have a Commission date, we’ll add that as well; if not, then it can be added by you at a later date.
After payment of the $40 premium, your notary bond and a Power of Attorney form are issued to you immediately. Our agency will have your bond notarized as Surety.
Only the original surety bond may be filed; not a copy.
Upon receipt, in the mail, you’ll sign your bond, and electronically file your bond to:
The Notary Administrator
240 Main Street, Room 301
Juneau, AK 99801
The Alaska notary bond is a financial guarantee that protects the state of Alaska and consumers from unlawful notarial acts. As such, the bond is not an insurance policy.
Alaska statutes relevant to you as a Notary are:
AmeriPro Surety Bonds provides notary bonds wherever required nationwide. We also provide other license and permit, court, and probate surety bonds in Alaska.
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