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  • What is Remote Online Notarization?
    As the name indicates it is a virtual notarization. All you need is a smart phone, laptop or computer with a camera and the Zoom App.
  • How does online or virtual notarization work?
    Through a secure e-signature platform and video-conferencing such as Zoom. We walk you through the entire process. You receive two emails one with your Zoom invitation and the other for signing the documents. An online notary walks with you simultaniously thourgh the documents that are shared via Zoom. Once all documents are signed the online notary will notarize the documents and you receive them via email right away.
  • How does an online notary verify identity?
    Through an external Knowledge-Based-Authentication (KBA) process. Similar to loan applications online. For international clients we provide additional forms of identity verification.
  • Is online notarization acceptable?
    Yes, electronic notarization is authorized in all U.S. States by E-SIGN and/or Uniform Electronic Transaction Act (UETA). As of August, 2021 some form of Remote Online Notarization (RON) statutes have been enacted in 34 U.S. States providing their notaries to conduct remote notarizations.
  • What states allow online or virtual notarizations?
    34 U.S. State since August, 2021: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
  • Can I get a US document notarized in Germany?
    Yes, through our Remote Online Notarization service you can be anywhere in the world.
  • Can I get my documents remotely notarized if I am not a U.S. Citizen?
    Yes, with a valid passport and a sworn statement of credible witness(es). We will assist you with all the needed elements to perform your remote online notarization.
  • What is an Apostille?
    It is an International Notarial Document Certification issued by the US Department of State, Secretary of State, Notary commissioning agency, Consulate Offices and Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the respective country validating the seal and signature of a notary on a document so that it can be accepted in a foreign country. Simply put it is an international notarization that will be recognized by countries part of the Hague Convention such as USA, Germany, Argentina, Canada, Norway, Denmark, Italy, Serbia to name a few and often beyond the Hague Convention Countries.
  • Why do I need an Apostille for my documents?
    Why such complicated paper disaster...? It provides an additional layer of document authentication the Hague Convention Countries decided to recognize from each member country.
  • What documents need an Apostille?
    Common Documents to Apostille: Birth Certificate Marriage Certificate Death Certificate Divorce Decree Power of Attorney Copy of U.S. Passport Copy of Driver License Transcripts Diplomas and many more Need an Apostille, no worries, sit back and email your documents for a reasonable FLAT FEE quote. All done from the comfort of your home!
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