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The US Consulate notary, or a Mexican Notario are the only legal options.

A notary public, acting outside of their US State's  or county's jurisdiction, ise not legal and may be challenged.  Don't use them. They know they are acting outside of the law, but will lie to you and gladly take 500 pesos from you.

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1 hour ago, Bisbee Gal said:

If you decide to go to the consulate, read this page.  You need to make an appointment.

https://mx.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/notaries-public/

 

You don't need to make an appointment if you use them when they come Lakeside.

 

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8 hours ago, Mijo said:

Looking for a US Notary to notarize two signatures on a document. It’s a grant deed for our house that is being sold in California. Willing to pay of course. Thank you. 

If I were doing something as important as a house I would only use the Consulate who I know is legal. Others......???

YMMV

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