The New Mexico Private Investigator Bond is required by the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department in the amount of $10,000. The bond states that the bondholder shall comply with all provisions of Chapter 247, New Mexico Session Laws 1965 and all amendments. Including all rules and regulations provided by the Attorney General in the administration of the said act.
What are the requirements that must be submitted in order to get a Private Investigator license in New Mexico?
Along with the completed application, the following must also be submitted:
- Application fee, payable to the Private Investigations Advisory Board. All fees are non-refundable.
- Two recent 2” x 2” “Passport Type” photos stapled to the front page of the application.
- Signed and notarized, “Certification of Experience” forms.
- Proof of age. Must be at least 21 years of age.
- Release of Information form signed before a Notary Public.
- Department-issued jurisprudence examination for PI/POLYGRAPH.
- Firearms Certification, if the applicant intends to carry a firearm while on duty (optional).
- Cogent receipt with a registration number for background report (report good for 90 days).
Where can I get a New Mexico Private Investigator Bond?
You can contact Surety1 for all your surety bond needs. We are licensed not only in New Mexico but in all 50 states. We can guarantee that you will only get the lowest rates from us as we represent over a dozen surety markets. Our processing time for the application can also take as short as just one business day.
To begin the process, we just need you to submit a completed online application form. We will get back to you right away with a quoted price for the bond premium. Once you pay the premium, all you need to do next is sign the agreement. We will then send the New Mexico Private Investigator Surety Bond using USPS Priority Mail or overnight delivery (for an additional cost).
You can trust us here at Surety as we have been doing this since 2003. We also have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.