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In CA, if an notary public verifies ID of another person concerning transfer of properties in a foreign country, is an entry made in the journal on what
Hello I am typing up a letter authorizing my son to travel out of country with his father ( my husband). We will probably bring it you to be notarized
Notary Public fees are set for each notary act. For most of us, that means there is a notary fee for each signature being notarized.
My 14 yr old daughter needs a passport. Her Father will be taking her to the post office, and I will sign the consent through notary due to me not being
Is an expired California driver's license acceptable identification for notary? Great question, and one we run into all of the time! An expired driver's
My grandma named my mother as beneficiary in her life insurance policy and it was notarized. 3 months later, a family member was renamed beneficiary in
Do you provide fingerprinting services? If so, do you take walk-ins, or do I need to make an appointment? We do provide fingerprinting services; we do
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Girl Scout Cookie fever is upon us! You know you've looked forward to this day since you ate the last Thin Mint out of the freezer last May!
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My husband just became a Notary Public but says that he must take additional courses in order to notarize forms such as lending applications, purchases
Great question! In California, according to the Secretary of State, you will only need to have one valid form of required ID to complete a notarization.