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FAQs - Li gold star notary

Q1 : Why Ron?

With Remote Online Notarization, borders dissolve. A person in Ecuador can have a document notarized by a notary in New York, all over a cup of coffee. Say goodbye to coordinating schedules and traveling to a notary’s office, RON brings the notary to you, wherever you are. It is fast, streamlined process means that documents can be notarized in record time, boosting productivity for all parties involved. RON platforms come with advanced security measures, ensuring the authenticity and integrity of the notarial act.

Q2 : How does RON work?

Getting a document notarized is easy. Simply upload your documents, verify your identity and you

Upload or Scan – Upload the complete document as a .pdf. You do not have the file saved?
Use your mobile phone to scan and upload the document.

Verify your Identity – Blue notary is a sophisticated platform that is used to do on-line notarizations. Two-factor authentication ensures that signers undergo both an ID check and a secondary form of verification. You can choose either KBA or Biometrics.

Meet the Notary– in a live audio/video session, sign and the notary will place the notary seal.

 

Q3 : Is Online Notarization legal?

Yes. We can legally notarize documents online in all 50 US states. These online notarizations
are accepted across the country due to a long-standing body of law.

Q4 : What documents can be notarized on line?

Most every document is acceptable. Documents that cannot be notarized on line are documents being submitted to a foreign embassy or Codicils and Testamentary Trusts. It is advisable to check in with your receiving party as RON is well legal. It will always be at the discretion of the receiving party as to acceptance.

Q5 :What are the technical requirements of a document?

PDF, DOCX, PPTX and XLSX text formats. PNG, SVG, JPG, and TIFF image formats
Maximum document file size is 30 MB.

Q6 :What is a notary acknowledgement and how does it differ from a jurat?

The purpose of an acknowledgement is for an affiant whose identity has been verified, to declare to a notary public that he or she has willingly signed an affidavit. An acknowledgement requires the following steps:

  1. The signer must physically appear before the notary.

  2. The notary must positively identify the signer according to the states’ rules.

  3. The signer may either sign the document before appearing before you, or in yourpresence.

  4. The signer must declare (acknowledge) signing the document for its intended purpose. Unlike jurats, an acknowledgement does not need to be signed in the presence of a notary. However, the affiant does need to swear or affirm that they signed under their own free will. It is highly recommended that any document that requires a notary seal be signed in front of the notary public to avoid any unnecessary mistakes or delays.

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