Check to see if you qualify to be a Nevada Notary Public:


Are you 18 years of age or over?
Do you possess your civil rights?
Have you ever been convicted of a crime of moral turpitude?
Are you a Nevada resident?
Do you work for a business that is licensed in Nevada?
Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you lawfully admitted for permanent resident?
(Work Permits do not qualify you as a permanent resident)

Pursuant to NRS 240.015, you are not eligible to be appointed a notary public in the State of Nevada.


Based on your responses, it appears you may be eligible to become a notary public in the State of Nevada.

You will need to download and complete the following forms:
Notary Appointment Form
Non Nevada Resident Form Plus, you are required to provide a copy of a valid Nevada Business License.
NOTE: You are also required to supply a copy of the original sentencing and release from probation and/or documents relating to civil right restoration with your application. Your ACTUAL eligibility will depend on the level of conviction and status of restoration. Contact the Notary Division at (775) 684-5708 for any questions on this eligibility.