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What is a Notary Public?

A notary is required to witness and authenticate legal documents and transactions, particularly when they must be submitted to authorities outside of the United States.

Notarization verifies the validity of signed documents and ensures that they meet all legal criteria of the jurisdiction in question.
A notary’s certification may also be required to verify the validity of duplicated documents such as passports or utility bills.
You must sign your signature in the presence of a Notary Public in order for the Notary to notarize it. In general, you should wait until the Notary says you can sign before signing, as you will need to swear an oath first. The most popular blunder we see is customers bringing in papers that have already been signed.This is usually a simple fix. In front of the Notary, you actually sign the paper once more. It is, however, a little disorganized. And it’s possible that it won’t be approved in your situation. If you’re not sure, ask your legal counsel or the agency to which you’re sending the paper. If at all necessary, carry a backup copy.

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