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Requirements for General Notarizations

Getting a document notarized is a simple process. What you need to bring to get your documentation notarized varies based on the type of document. If you require notarization for official documents or other services, contact a qualified notary public like Arizona 1st Notary to learn more and schedule an appointment.

Power of Attorney Notary


Every signer must show valid (not expired) photo identification. All identification must contain a photo, a physical description, a signature and a serial number. Arizona recognizes the following types of identification.

  • State-issued driver’s license
  • State-issued identification card
  • U.S. military identification card
  • Resident alien identification card
  • U.S. Passport
Notary for Wedding Documents

The Document Requiring Notarization

Every signer must demonstrate a willingness to sign the documents without coercion. He/she must also be aware of what they are signing and understand the significance of the transaction. Documents cannot be notarized if there is any cognitive impairment.

Power of Attorney Notary


It’s recommended to consult with your notary to get an estimate of their fees. By planning ahead, you’ll be able to have your document notarized as soon as you’re done writing it.

Notary for Wedding Documents

The Document Requiring Notarization

Not all notarizations are performed for a single person’s signature. Many documents will require multiple notarized signatures. That means that having all parties present for the signing is the simplest and probably cheapest way to get your document notarized. Your document will be fully signed and notarized with minimal inconveniences.