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Texas Budget Notary Bonding & Supplies

Budget Notary Bonding Agency offers the highest quality notary bonding services for a price you can afford! At Budget Notary Bonding Agency, it is our goal to offer only the best quality products, the highest degree of customer service and the fastest service, all for a low, affordable price. Whether you need to become a Texas notary, renew your commission, improve your notary knowledge or purchase a new stamp, Budget Notary Bonding Agency wants to be your number 1 choice. Our priority is you, the notary. We are here to serve all your Texas notary needs!

 


NEW TEXAS NOTARY SEAL REQUIREMENT

Effective January 1, 2016

The Texas notary seal must contain the notary ID number effective January 1, 2016.  If you are a current Texas notary, you are not required to purchase a new seal until renewal (Secretary of State). However, it has been recommended by the State Bar's REPTL section that you do...read more at our Notary Seal blog post.

 

In order to provide the best service, Budget Notary Bonding Agency now offers an online application process! Using our interactive online process, you will be able to print your completed application and pay online! All you need to do is sign and email, fax or mail your completed paperwork to us and your part is done. We will take care of the rest!

Applicants wishing to become a Texas notary or renew a commission must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age or older.
  • Be a legal resident of the State of Texas. (No certain length of time is required to establish residency.)
  • Must disclose a finding of guilt of any crime (other than a class C misdemeanor) from any jurisdiction regardless whether the case has been appealed. (An applicant who is currently on probation, has charges pending or on appeal, or who has been convicted of a crime of moral turpitude will be automatically denied.)
  • Effective September 1, 2009, non-residents living in a state adjoining Texas, who have qualified as a Texas escrow agent, are also eligible for appointment as a Texas notary. (Special application form must be used. Please contact our customer service department at 866.328.5524 for more information.)

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