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Become a Nevada Process Server

Requirements to Become a Process Server in Nevada

  • In order to serve process in the state of Nevada, an individual must first apply for licensing through the state.
  • Applicant must have two years experience in the area of serving process and pass a State Board examination. Applicant must obtain liability insurance with limits in amounts of not less than $200,000.00.
  • Background Investigation Deposit: $750.00 for the first category of license and $250.00 for each additional category of license for which application is made, which must be applied to the cost of conducting the investigation. There is a ceiling price of $1,500.00 for the first category of license and $500.00 for each additional category of license for which application is made on an individual applicant. The same applies for corporate applicants except there is no ceiling price on the investigation.
  • Fees: o Application – $ 50.00 – CASHIER’S CHECK OR MONEY ORDER ONLY we do not accept personal or business checks o Examination – $100.00 – non refundable o Abeyance Fee – $ 100.00 – per license – per year o Initial licensing – $500.00 – pro rated o Annual license renewal – $500.00 – per license
  • NOTE: Licensing fees are for fiscal year beginning July 1, and are prorated by month if received after that date.
  • Exam Dates: Quarterly
  • Address to apply for licensing:

    Office of the Attorney General Private Investigator’s Licensing Board 3476 EXECUTIVE POINTE WAY, SUITE 14 CARSON CITY NV 89706 (775) 687-3223

NOTE: The requirements to become a process server change from time to time. You should contact your local county clerk or recorder to make sure the following information regarding becoming a process server in your state is still accurate.

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