Mobile Notary & Signing Service
Social security cards
Temporary driver’s license
Any acceptable ID where the name does NOT match the document
California has very specific wording requirements for acknowledgments; if the notarial wording on your document does not meet California’s requirements, we have replacement certificates to use, that do meet California standards.
TYPICAL CHOICES ARE:
ID's MUST NOT HAVE EXPIRED AND TEMPORARY ID's ARE NO ACCEPTABLE
When you need to have a document notarized, you must be clear about which of the notary forms are required. Typically the author of the document will include the appropriate wording in the document text.If there is no notarial wording, you must choose which form to use. We cannot advise you on your choice. If you do not know what type of notarial certificate your document requires, please contact the author of the document, or the document recipient, and have them advise you regarding what type of form you should use.
California recognizes the following types of original (no photocopies) identification as valid if issued by the state within the last 5 years. The ID must have the EXACT name or MORE than the name as it appears on the document. The Forms of ID are as follows: