Updated Dec 2020
General Notary Public: We can notarize many different types of documents. Some of the most common are listed below ~
Advance Health Care Directives
Affidavit of Support
Application for Domestic Partnership
Authorization to conduct business in foreign countries.
Complete Loan Packages
Copies of passports, diplomas, employment letters, police clearances, transcripts.
Declaration of Homestead
Deed of Trust
Marital Settlement Agreement
Permission to Travel
Power of Attorney
Quit Claim Deed
Spousal Consent Form
Traffic School Final Exams
Coverage: Sacramento County
Loan Related Services
The notary public is often the only person your clients ever meet in person. Let the face they see be the California Mobile Notary Network member who will represent your company in a professional and confidential manner and assure that your client receives the highest level of customer service. We meet with your clients at their home, workplace or other location of their choice at the time that is most convenient for them.
NOTARY SIGNING AGENT
A Notary Signing Agent is a Notary Public who is hired as an independent contractor to ensure that real estate loan documents are properly executed by the borrower, notarized, and returned for processing. A Notary Signing Agent is not an employee of the lender or title company, but acts as a neutral third party to confirm the identity of the signer and assure that all documents are signed correctly. Since state law and lenders often require certain forms to be notarized, a valid Notary commission is essential for persons performing loan document signings. Typically, the Notary Signing Agent contracts with the lender or with a title or escrow company in the transaction to facilitate the signing.
Notary Signing Agent Services
Piggy-Backs (1st and 2nd)
Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOCS)
Investment/Vacation Property Loans
E-Signings (Some Agents)
Fidelity Company approved (Some Agents)
What is an Apostille?
An apostille or an authentication is a document that certifies the authenticity of the signature, seal and position of the official who has executed, issued or certified a copy of a public document. It allows a public document issued in one country to be recognized as valid in another country. Apostilles and authentications are often needed in adoptions, extraditions and certain business transactions. An apostille is a certification form set out in a treaty called The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents (1961).
What does an Apostille do?
The object of the Apostille is to "abolish the requirement of diplomatic or consular legalization for foreign public documents". The completed Apostille certifies the authenticity of the signature, the capacity in which the person signing the document has acted, and identifies the seal/stamp which the document bears.
I have a certified copy of a divorce decree from the clerk of the court. How do I obtain an apostille or authentication?
A court document bearing the signature of the clerk of the Chancery, Circuit or other Court having divorce jurisdiction must be notarized. The notary’s signature must then be notarized by the county clerk. Both documents must be submitted to the Secretary of State’s office in order to obtain an apostille or authentication.
Which countries require apostilles and which require a standard certification?
Countries which signed the Hague Treaty require apostilles. All others require standard certifications
What kind of documents do I need an Apostille for?
The Apostille may be obtained to transmit public documents executed in one subscribing country to another subscribing country wherein the documents need to be produced. The Hague Convention defines 'public documents' as:
those originating in a court, clerk of a court, public prosecutor or process server,
official certificates placed on documents
How do I get an Apostille?
Refer to our Apostille section for more information
California Apostille Request Form
If you need a translation, certification, notarization and/or Apostille California documents:
1, Scan the documents, and text your name, telephone, email or a contat information, what date you need them for, any other details that you may consider to (or call) 707-992-5551
Fee, Address to send your documents is on the Apostille Request Form.
A. Check. Include it with your documents.
C. Credit Card
Note: We process your order as soon the check is cleared or your payment through CC or Paypal is received.
Questions: Click on Call Me above next to the telephone image.
Documents received in the morning will be processed and sent back the same day
California Vital Records documents need to be issued by a county official, certified by a county clerk recorder
Apostille Service, California legalization of documents, same day service.
The Hague Legalization Convention is in force in the following countries.
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
CHINA (Hong Kong SAR)
CHINA (Macau SAR)
GUAM (TERRITORY OF)
HONG KONG SAR (China)
ISLE OF MAN
KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
MACAU SAR (China)
NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (Curacao, Bonaire, St. Martin, St. Eustatius and Saba)
NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS (COMMONWEALTH OF)
ST. CHRISTOPHER (Kitts) AND NEVIS
ST. GEORGIA AND SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS
ST. PIERRE AND MIQUELON
ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
TURKS AND CAICOS
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
VIRGIN ISLANDS, BRITISH
WALLIS AND FUTUNA