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How to Renew a Florida Notary

Applying Is As Easy As 1-2-3

Aaron Notary Appointment Services, Inc. helps you to renew your notary commission. The process is exactly the same, except, you don’t have to complete a notary course. The application form is the same and all the required information must be submitted. Submit your notary commission application for renewal about two months in advance of your expiration date, or earlier. That should be ample time for processing to ensure that there is no break in service. Veterans who served during a wartime period defined in law and who have a disability rating of 50% or more are exempt from the $10.00 commission fee. A veteran who qualifies should request the reduction in writing and provide proof of exemption. See section 117.01(2), Florida Statutes, (effective 1/1/97). Subsection 117.01(1) Florida Statutes. Your social security number is required by Subsection 117.91(2), Florida Statutes, may be used to facilitate a criminal background check. MAIL YOUR ORIGINAL APPLICATION, AND BOND ALONG WITH YOUR INVOICE AND PAYMENT TO: Aaron Notary Appointment Services, Inc. P.O. BOX 69-3002 MIAMI, FL 33269-3002 What to expect after you submit your notary application to Aaron Notary: •Normal Processing time takes approximately 30 business days, unless, you pay for Rush Service, in which, the processing time is approximately 15 business days. •Once your application is approved, we will be sending notifications via email. Check your spam folder. •Your commission certificate and notary seal will be sent to you separately by mail. What happens to my $7,500 bond? In the State of Florida, bonds purchased from Aaron Notary Appointment Services Inc. are processed and then sent to the Dept. of State, Notary Division. The bond is never sent to you directly. The bond is delivered to the state once your completed application has been sent to us, as the bond form is part of the Florida Notary application. Required and held by the State of Florida, Florida Statutes, Chapter 117.01(7)(a)(c). To obtain a copy of the bond CLICK HERE. To obtain a duplicate copy of your Notary Commission Certificate CLICK HERE.
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1. After printing out the application have the "Affidavit of Character" filled out and signed by someone who has known you for one (1) year or longer and is not related to you. 2. Sign and date the Notary Application. Wet Ink Signature is required. 3. Sign the Bond.

Steps to Renew your Florida Notary Commission

Instructions 1. After printing out the application have the "Affidavit of Character" filled out and signed by someone who has known you for one (1) year or longer and is not related to you. 2. Sign and date the Notary Application. Wet Ink Signature is required. 3. Sign the Bond.
P.O. Box 69-3002 MIAMI FL 33269

How to Renew a Florida Notary Public

Applying Is As Easy As 1-2-3

Aaron Notary Appointment Services, Inc. helps you to renew your notary commission. The process is exactly the same, except, you don’t have to complete a notary course. The application form is the same and all the required information must be submitted. Submit your notary commission application for renewal about two months in advance of your expiration date, or earlier. That should be ample time for processing to ensure that there is no break in service Veterans who served during a wartime period defined in law and who have a disability rating of 50% or more are exempt from the $10.00 commission fee. A veteran who qualifies should request the reduction in writing and provide proof of exemption. See section 117.01(2), Florida Statutes, (effective 1/1/97). Subsection 117.01(1) Florida Statutes. Your social security number is required by Subsection 117.91(2), Florida Statutes, may be used to facilitate a criminal background check. MAIL YOUR ORIGINAL APPLICATION, AND BOND ALONG WITH YOUR INVOICE AND PAYMENT TO: Aaron Notary Appointment Services, Inc. P.O. BOX 69-3002 MIAMI, FL 33269-3002 Incomplete applications may cause your Notary Appointment to be delayed. What to expect after you submit your notary application to Aaron Notary: •Normal Processing time takes approximately 30 business days, unless, you pay for Rush Service, in which, the processing time is approximately 15 business days. •Once your application is approved, we will be sending notifications via email. Check your spam folder. •Your commission certificate and notary seal will be sent to you separately via mail. What happens to my $7,500 bond? In the State of Florida, bonds purchased from Aaron Notary Appointment Services Inc. are processed and then sent to the Dept. of State, Notary Division. The bond is never sent to you directly. The bond is delivered to the state once your completed application has been sent to us, as the bond form is part of the Florida Notary application. Required and held by the State of Florida, Florida Statutes, Chapter 117.01(7)(a)(c). To obtain a copy of the bond CLICK HERE. To obtain a duplicate copy of your Notary Commission Certificate CLICK HERE.
THE PROFESSIONAL FLORIDA NOTARY PUBLIC APPOINTMENT COMPANY © 2023 All Rights Reserved Aaron Notary Appointment Services Inc. P.O. Box 693002 Miami FL 33269-3002 | Phone: (305) 654-8887 or 800 350-5161 | Español: (305) 903-2388 Fax: (305) 493-3339 | Contact Us | Refund/Cancellation Policy/Terms and Conditions
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Steps to Renew your Florida Notary Commission