You must hold a traditional Oklahoma notary commission before applying to become an Oklahoma online notary.
You must sign up with a remote online notary vendor. Also, obtain your tamper-evident signing certificate/seal. The type of signing certificate or seal that you obtain may be determined by which remote online notary vendor you select.
Obtain the remote notary authorization application HERE and submit the completed application along with your training certificate of completion and $100 fee to the Secretary of State’s office. You will need to name in the application the state-approved RON technology provider(s) you plan to use and disclose any disciplinary actions or commission revocations, if applicable.