Power of Attorney
Acknowledgements or proofs
Legal Financial Forms
Health Care Directives
(No Vital Statistics ie. Birth, Marriage or Death Certificates)
Signature Mark(x) for a Disabled Person
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Electronic notarization, or eNotarization, involves documents that are notarized in electronic form, and the Notary and document signer sign with an electronic signature. But all other elements of a traditional, paper notarization apply to electronic notarization, including the requirement for the signer to physically appear before the Notary.
A Remote Notary or Online Notary is a commissioned notary public that is permitted to perform notarial acts over the internet by simply using a web cam. Commissioned remote notaries are capable of notarizing documents from anywhere and at any time by simply using any device such as a tablet, laptop, desktop, and even a smart phone.
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As a certified Pavaso Mobile eNotary, I can enotarize or digitally notarize (signature and seal) documents during an eClosing. I'm responsible for retrieving both digital and wet signatures from all Borrowers as well as enotarizing digital documents. I also complete any documents that require wet notarizations.
What are the benefits of online notarization?
1) Your requirement to appear in-person before the notary is accomplished via a live audio-video call between you and a commissioned notary.
2) You and the notary complete your respective portions of the document electronically
3) In lieu of a physical stamp, the notary’s electronic seal and digital certificate are attached by the notary to your document. When complete, you may print your notarized document or share it via electronic means, and you may access a video recording of the transaction.
How does online notarization work?
1.Services are offered to clients via any web-enabled desktop or laptop with a webcam or via any Android, iPhone, or iPad. Remote service enables a face-to-face meeting with a notary, just like meeting with a traditional notary public in-person, but the meeting takes place entirely online.
2. You verify your identity using knowledge-based authentication, which offers you a series of specific questions that only you can answer. Once your ID has been verified, your identity is further validated using a government-issued photo ID. You are then connected with a commissioned notary public via live audio-video call. The notary public re-confirms your identity visually using the scanned photo ID, and then witnesses as you electronically sign the document. Similar to how a traditional notary , the notary signs and places his/her notarial seal on your document. For more security, the notary then completes the electronic notarization process using digital tools. Once complete, you will receive detailed instructions to access your notarized document online and can deliver it or send it electronically to whomever you would like. The whole process is completed in minutes. In accordance with governing law, all video calls are recorded so that any legally authorized party may view and verify your electronic notarization.
What types of documents can or cannot be notarized online?
1. I can notarize almost every document which needs to be notarized in the paper form. That can be electronically notarized online on the Signix, Pavaso and One Notary platform.
2.In an online notarization, both you and the notary electronically sign the notarized document. Per federal and state laws such as the ESIGN Act and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA), when both sides agree to perform their transaction electronically, electronic signatures are just as valid as handwritten signatures for virtually all documents.
But, certain documents are excluded:
· Trusts and any amendments to Trusts.
· I-9 Verification's
· Certified true copies of birth, marriage, death certificates or of court-issued documents.
What are the acceptable forms of ID that I can use ?
· U.S. State Issued Driver’s License
· U.S. State Issued Photo ID
· U.S. Passport Book
· U.S. Passport Card
· Military ID
Do you need Apostille? I assist with Official Apostilles for use outside the United States. Example of some documents that I can process are: Corporate Documents, Standard Background Checks, Adoption Papers, Affidavits, Diplomas, Transcripts, Birth or Death Certificates, Marriage Certifications, Naturalization-G24, Real Estate Documents, Any document that needs certification for use in another country. I can also provide the needed notarizations for your documents.
An Apostille (pronounced “ah-po-steel”) is a French word meaning certification.
An Apostille is the name for a specialized certificate, issued by the Secretary of State. The Apostille is attached to your original document to verify it is legitimate and authentic so it will be accepted in one of the other countries who are members of the Hague Apostille Convention.