Whether your documents only need to be notarized by a U.S. notary, or the notarized documents will be sent to other government agencies for apostille or multi-step authentications, the notarial certificate of documents should contain the following seven items.
1. Notarial statement/wording
2. The date of the notarial act
3. The location of the notarial act in the city or county where notarization occurs
4. The expiration date of the notary’s commission
5. Notary’s signature
6. Notary’s registration number
7. Photographically reproducible notary seal/stamp
In practice, improper notarization may result in invalid documents or rejection of subsequent authentication requests. This will cost the applicant extra time and money. It is advised to consult a professional for help.
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