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Allied Membership

Allied Membership Benefits

The Louisiana Notary Association offers non-voting Allied Memberships to those who are studying for their commission or to organizations who interested in marketing to the LNA’s professional members.

Allied Members may not vote, but they do enjoy other membership benefits such as:

  • Subscriptions to LNA periodicals such as Signed & Sealed.
  • Member discounts on professional development seminars, including LNA’s annual convention.
  • Members-Only web based access to notary-related resources.
  • Participation in regional Shop Talks and other LNA member activities.

Membership Opportunities

Individual Allied Membership

This is the perfect membership for those interested in learning more about the office of Notary Public or who serve the profession, but are not themselves commissioned notaries. Dues are $119 annually.

Student Allied Membership

This is the perfect membership for those who are studying for take the state examination to earn their commission. Dues are $75 annually.

Corporate Allied Membership

Corporate Allied Membership is the ideal membership class for entities such as law firms, state agencies, insurance companies, banks, credit unions, finance companies and any business employing notaries or those companies desiring to market their services to notaries. Annual dues are $175.

E-Subscriber Membership

This membership is for individuals or companies interested in receiving the LNA’s monthly electronic newsletter informing them of LNA events, educational opportunities and legislative news.

Sponsorship Opportunities

With more than 600 active professional members, the Louisiana Notary Association provides a respectable, sought-after demographic for those wishing to market their services to professionals, from CPAs to paralegals to small business entrepreneurs. LNA Active and Allied Members enjoy many opportunities for networking. In addition, LNA offers Corporate Allied Members the following opportunities:

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