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Need a Mobile Notary Signing Agent?
Oftentimes, there are many legal intricacies associated with mortgage applications and real estate paperwork. Because of this, many states require that all mortgage loan documents, real estate closing documents, and other documents affiliated with the purchasing and refinancing of a home be designated in the presence of a Mobile Notary Signing Agent (also known as a Mobile Notary, Traveling Notary, Notary Public, Certified Mobile Notary Signing Agent, or Loan Document Closing Agent). The Mobile Notary Signing Agent's primary function is to serve as an impartial witness to the signing of legal documents, ensuring that both the lending company and the individual(s) buying or refinancing the home can trust the validity of the legal documents. Mobile Notary Signing Agents typically handle the documents themselves, personally transporting them to each signing party before delivering them back to the Lending, Title, Escrow, or Signing Services Company.
Need Notary Public Service?
The Notaries of NotaryQuest.com are ready to provide professional notary service to Lenders, Title, the general public, and Notary Signing Services. Search our nationwide mobile notary database to find a qualified and experienced Mobile Notary Signing Agent in your local area to serve all of your document notarization and notary public service needs. Click on your state below to get a list of Mobile Notaries, Notary Public, and Certified Mobile Notary Signing Agents who offer their professional notary public services near you:
What is a Notary Public?
A Notary Public is a public official appointed by the Governor to serve the public as an impartial witness. The Notary Public may be called upon to certify the authenticity of signatures and copies of documents, too administer oaths and affirmations, and to perform other such acts as are allowed or required by law. Because a Notary Public is commissioned by the Governor of his or her state, appointment procedures and requirements vary and are different in each state. In most cases, the applicant must submit an application that is reviewed by the Secretary of State. In some states, an exam is required to be passed prior to submitting the application.Read more...
What Identification is required for notarization?
Prior to document notarization, a VALID identification must be obtained from ALL persons whose signature is to be notarized. The legal consequences of certification errors are severe; therefore proper identification is absolutely necessary and strictly adhered to by all Notaries of NotaryQuest.com. The following are exampled of acceptable forms of identification:
- Personal acquaintance of the notary
- Driver's license
- State Identification Card
- Passport issued by the U.S. Department of State
- Passport issued by a foreign country that has been stamped by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) within the past five (5) years
- Photo identification card issued by the federal government
- Inmate identification card issued by the State Department of Corrections
- Sworn statement(s) by Credible Witness(es)
Unacceptable forms of Identification include:
Unacceptable forms of identification include:
- Matricula Consular Card
- Social Security Card
- Temporary Driver's License
- Driver's License without photograph
If you have any uncertainty regarding the acceptability of your identification, please address all questions with your local Notary Public when you contact them to schedule an appointment for notarization. This will prevent unnecessary trips in the circumstance that an acceptable form of identification is not available.