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When completing a certificate of acknowledgment or a jurat, a notary public is required to certify to the identity of the signer of the document. (Civil Code sections 1185(a), 1189, Government Code section 8202) Identity is established if the notary public is presented with satisfactory evidence of the signer’s identity. (Civil Code section 1185(a)) Satisfactory Evidence – “Satisfactory Evidence” means the absence of any information, evidence, or other circumstances which would lead a reasonable person to believe that the individual is not the individual he or she claims to be and (A) paper
identification documents or (B) the oath of a single credible witness or (C) the oaths of two credible witnesses under penalty of perjury, as specified below:
A. Paper Identification Documents – Identity of the signer can be established by the notary public’s reasonable reliance on the
presentation of any one of the following documents, if the identification document is current or has been issued within five years
(Civil Code section 1185(b)(3) and (4)):
1. An identification card or driver’s license issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles;
2. A United States passport;
3. An inmate identification card issued by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, if the inmate is in custody in California state prison.
4. A type of identification listed below, provided that it contains a photograph, description of the person, signature of the person, and an identifying number:
(a) A passport issued by a foreign government, provided that it has been stamped by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service or the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services;
(b) A driver’s license issued by another state or by a Canadian or Mexican public agency authorized to issue driver’s licenses;
(c) An identification card issued by another state;
(d) A United States military identification card with the required photograph, description of the person, signature of the person, and an identifying number. (Some military identification cards do not contain all the required information.); or
(e) An employee identification card issued by an agency or office of the State of California, or an agency or office of a city, county, or city and county in California.
If the signer does not have proper identification as listed above, then: The oaths of two credible witnesses whom the notary public does not personally know. (Civil Code section 1185(b)(2)) The notary public first must establish the identities of the two credible witnesses by the presentation of paper identification documents as listed above. Under oath, the credible witnesses must swear or affirm under penalty of perjury to each of the things sworn to or affirmed by a single credible witness, as set forth above. (Civil Code sections 1185(b)(2) and 1185(b)(1)(A)(i)-(v))
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The California Secretary of State provides authentication of public official signatures on documents to be used outside the United States of America. The country of destination determines whether the authentication is an Apostille or Certification. - read more
|Taking an acknowledgment||$10.00|
|Administering an oath w/Jurat||$10.00|
|Taking a proof||$10.00|
|Serving notice of nonpayment||$5.00|
|Certify Copies of power of attorney||$10.00|
|Taking a deposition||$20.00|
|Administering oath to witness||$5.00|
|Certificate to the deposition||$5.00|
|Completion of Jurat||$10.00|
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The notary public is not an attorney and cannot give legal advice about immigration or any other legal matters.
El "notary public" no es un abogado y no puede dar asesoramiento jurídico sobre la inmigración o cualquier otro asunto legal.
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