How to Become an Oklahoma Remote Online Notary


By NotaryLive Staff

Published on 01/29/2021


  • Become a commissioned traditional notary public in Oklahoma first
  • Apply through the Secretary of State's office to become an Oklahoma online notary
  • Partner with a platform like NotaryLive to start notarizing documents online after approval


If you are a notary public in the state of Oklahoma and looking to expand on your notary services, there is a great opportunity to become an Oklahoma online notary. As a commissioned traditional notary you can apply to become an Oklahoma online notary public through the Secretary of State’s Office. Here can find more information about the application and necessary requirements/fees.

If you are not a currently commissioned traditional notary in Oklahoma, don’t worry, you can still work your way to becoming an Oklahoma online notary. First, you will have to become a commissioned traditional notary, and the requirements can be found here to help you get started.

As a traditional notary, you are confined to your general location, and there are only so many people in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, or wherever you may be in Oklahoma that need a document notarized. Becoming an Oklahoma online notary provides you the capabilities to notarize documents from all over the country, making your potential client base that much larger.

NotaryLive is currently onboarding remote online notaries in Oklahoma!

Once you have been commissioned as an online notary in the state of Oklahoma, be sure to visit to learn more about how you can start notarizing documents online from the comfort of your home or office.

Updated Date: 04/13/2024



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