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Notary Services

Mobile Notary NY

Requirements for NY state

Have a proper form of identification

A Notary cannot perform a notarization unless you present an acceptable form of identification. Make sure you bring one of the following to your appointment:

  • State-issued driver’s license

  • State-issued ID card

  • U.S. passport issued by the U.S. Department of State

  • U.S. military ID

  • State, county, and local government IDs

  • Permanent resident card or “green card” issued by the U.S.


     *NO EXCEPTIONS.
 

Enlist the help of our notary public and certified professional signing agents to get the job done for you.

As a Mobile notary services provider, we bring our service to you. Whether you prefer meeting in your office, coffee shop or even at home, our professionals guarantee your convenience.

DISCLAIMER: Notaries are not attorneys and cannot prepare legal documents nor provide legal advice. Please contact the document originator with any document content questions.

  List of Notarizations: 
 

  • Acknowledgements

  • Affidavits

  • Affirmations & Oaths

  • Corporate Document Notarization

  • Custodian of Records Notarization

  • Deed Notarization

  • Mortgage Closings (NNA Certified)

  • Legal Document Notarization

  • Loan Document Closing

  • Notary Public Seal licensed only in New York state

  • Notarial Acts

  • Power of Attorney Notarization

  • Real Estate Document Notarization

  • Witnessing the Opening of Safe Deposit Boxes

  • Single Documents

  • Power of Attorney

  • Other
     

General Notarization fees are set by the New York Secretary of State. We are a mobile notary service provider. Along with the General Notarization fees, we also charge for travel fees. Our travel fees start at $40 and vary depending on the distance traveled. Our loan signing fees start at $100. Additional fees may apply for larger packages and other requirements.We accept cash, cashier’s checks, major credit cards, or money orders.

Note: Other fees apply for cancellations without sufficient notice.

DISCLAIMER : Notaries are not attorneys and cannot prepare legal documents nor provide legal advice. Please contact the document originator with any document content questions.

What is a Notary Signing Agent (NSA)?   The term "Notary Signing Agent" is a Notary Public who conducts mortgage loan signings. Another name for a "Signing Agent" is witness-only loan closer.

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