How much does a notary bond cost in Nebraska?
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Why do I need this bond?
The Nebraska Secretary of State requires that notaries submit a $15,000 surety bond.
By posting a Nebraska notary surety bond, a notary pledges to ethically and lawfully perform all duties commissioned to him or her by law as a general notary public within the state.
How to become a notary in Nebraska
Notaries must do the following before they can be commissioned in Nebraska:
- Post $15,000 surety bond
- Complete application form in black ink
- Pay $30 commission fee
- Submit U.S. Citizenship Attestation form
- Supply evidence of employment
Once all requirements have been met, all of the original documents must be sent to the Notary Division of the Secretary of State Office in Lincoln, Nebraska.