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Steps To Getting Your Documents Notarized
First, contact us to make an appointment.
We prefer appointments to eliminate wait times. You can arrange to come to our office or request our mobile notary to come to you.
Second, we use the following guidelines to notarize your document
>You must bring the entire document, not just the signature page to be notarized.
>You must present a valid ID.
These are adequate forms of ID to bring:
>A current foreign passport
>A current US Passport
>A Permanent Resident Card or “Green Card”
If you do not have these forms of ID, other acceptable IDs must have these 4 elements:
>It has a number assigned by that agency.
>It has the signature of the holder.
Social security cards, birth certificates, check cashing cards, credit cards, and immigration cards are not suitable for identification. A signer who does not have a photo ID will need two witnesses present who can swear to his/her identity to be certified. The oaths of the affirming witnesses are satisfactory evidence for certification.
What Documents Can Be Notarized
Undated documents cannot be notarized. If the document has a space for a date, it should either be filled in or marked through. If the document does not have a space for a date, the signer may date it next to his or her signature or mark.
A document can be notarized when the signer is hospitalized or in a care-home facility. The notary will make every effort to ensure that the signer is not incapacitated and that the signer understands what they are signing.
Faxes and photocopies can be notarized only when the document bears an original signature.
What Documents Cannot Be Notarized
If you are unsure, please contact us to discuss the type of document that you have, and we will let you know if we can help you.