Are you a current or aspiring notary public in Nebraska seeking more flexibility and freedom (or even a boost in income)? Today, we’re covering how to become a “RON” in your state. We cover the steps required to become certified and how to select a reliable RON platform so you can start working remotely as quickly as possible.

What is an online notary?

An online notary is certified and equipped to notarize documents over a secure online platform rather than conducting in-person meetings with signees. Remote online notarization (RON) uses audiovisual technology, like video calls, to complete the notarization process remotely. Notaries can verify the signee’s identity and witness a document’s signing online.

This modern approach offers convenience and accessibility, especially when in-person meetings are challenging. Remote online notaries provide more flexibility and efficiency in our fast-paced world.

How to Become a Notary in Nebraska

To obtain a new notary commission in Nebraska, follow these steps.

  • Submit an application: Include a U.S. Citizenship Attestation form, Evidence of Employment in Nebraska form (for non-residents), a $30 fee, and a $15,000 notary bond.
  • Take an exam: After submitting your notary application, you’ll receive a link to ClassMarker via email.
  • Receive your Notary Public Commission certificate: Once you pass your exam, you should receive your certificate in the mail.
  • Order your notary ink stamp seal: It must be engraved with the State of Nebraska, your name, your commission expiration date, and “General Notary” or “General Notarial.”

How to Become a Mobile Notary in Nebraska

Once you’ve become a notary public, you can apply to become an online notary! Here are the steps.

1. Choose a RON service provider.

You’ll find a list of approved solution providers on this page (under the Online Notary Registration tab).

Notary Hub is an excellent option. We cover everything you need to know about this platform in our previous article: “Become an Online Notary with Notary Hub.” ZipBonds is a trusted agent partner of Notary Hub, and we invite you to join the program using our discount of 20% off your subscription

2. Register.

Fill out the registration form and submit it to the Secretary of State with a $50 fee. If your application is accepted, you’ll receive an email with your online notary certificate.

3. Purchase supplies.

You’ll need a computer, microphone, webcam, and secure internet access to work as a remote online notary. You also need an electronic seal, a digital certificate with your electronic signature, and an electronic journal.

Why Notary Hub?

Notary Hub is a leading RON platform that offers several advantages for online notaries, including:

  • A user-friendly platform that’s easy to use for both notaries and signers
  • A wide range of features, such as real-time document sharing, live video conferencing, and electronic seals
  • A strong focus on security and compliance
  • Competitive pricing

Notary Hub Packages

Notary Hub offers two packages: one for individuals and one for companies. Which one is right for you? Here’s how to decide:

  • Individual (Self) RON Plans: You work independently, purchase your own subscription, and get paid directly by Notary Hub. In short, you call the shots when and where you work. Notary Hub handles security, payment, and storage for you. 
  • Corporate RON Plans: Your company pays for your notary subscription and charges clients directly. You can add as many notaries from your company as you’d like to access the platform.

Both options offer the following features:

  • Securely stored digital signatures and digital notary stamps
  • 24×7 access to the platform
  • Marketing to promote yourself for mobile or RON notarial opportunities
  • Startup costs as low as $120

Become a Remote Notary in Nebraska Today

With Notary Hub, you can provide your clients a modern notarization experience, including secure online sessions and digital document storage. Sign up today to start tomorrow.

Get started today!