Can I have a document notarized at a FedEx Office location?
Documents can only be notarized online on your own device with audio and visual capabilities; however, a FedEx Office location can help you before and after your online notary session. Save important paperwork to a flash drive or the cloud by scanning it at a FedEx Office near you. After your online notary session, use FedEx Office® Print & Go to print your notarized documents quickly and easily from email, a flash drive, or the cloud.
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When can I get a document notarized?
Documents can be notarized 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days a year. Notarize Customer Support hours can be found here.
How much does it cost to get a document notarized?
A single document can be notarized for $25. If your document requires more than one notary seal, each additional notary seal will cost $10 but most documents only require one.
What do I need for online notarization?
The document(s) that need to be notarized.
A device with audio and video capabilities. See the minimum system requirements here.
A valid government–issued photo ID. Find the list of acceptable forms of identification here.
A U.S. social security number for secure identity verification.
What types of documents can be notarized online?
Most documents can be notarized online using this platform, with a few exceptions of documents that have unique restrictions. Always check with your own advisors and document recipients if you have any questions about whether your documents may be notarized online. For more information on documents with unique restrictions, see this article.
Can two or more signers get their signatures notarized in a single meeting?
Click here to notarize a document with one signer (not including a witness*). If your document must be signed by more than one person, you have a few options:
1. You and your secondary signer can be co-located (in the same room), log into the session (multi-signer link here) with the notary together, on the same device, in order to get your documents notarized.
2. If your document requires two signers and you’re not co-located, both signers may use Notarize by completing separate transactions. Each signer would register for Notarize and upload an unsigned copy of his/her document to the service. When complete, you will have separately notarized documents that you may then submit to your recipient agency or institution.
*Note: If a witness is required, they must be co-located (in the same room). A witness does not count as an additional signer. Please use the link that applies to the number of non-witness signers that you will need for the notary documents.
Is online notarization legal?
Yes! Remote online notarization is just another method of performing notarizations. A remotely notarized document is as legally valid as one notarized via traditional paper-based notarization.
Can I notarize a document for use outside the United States?
No. The requirements for the online notarization of documents that are to be used in another country differ by state and are not automatically enforced by the Notarize platform. Also, an apostille granted by the notary’s commissioning state is usually needed to authenticate these documents for use in a foreign country, and most states have not developed a process for issuing apostilles for electronically notarized documents. Finally, use of the platform for these documents can implicate various laws that the platform is not configured to comply with such as the data privacy laws of the foreign country.
Being as we are unable to ensure that you will be connected with a notary from a state that issues apostilles for these documents or that the notarization will comply with the necessary legal requirements, we recommend that you bring your document to a traditional notary to complete your notarization.
For additional assistance, please refer to the full Notarize FAQs .
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