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I do not trust nor do I believe the amateur lawyers here that say this is illegal.

Accepted in all 50 States

Our Notarized Documents are accepted in all 50 US States and abroad. Get started now to validate your identity and begin using our services.

https://www.onlinenotary.net/

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This subject comes up so often it ought to have a forum of its own.

It is one thing to be legal and something entirely different to be acceptable to the recipient on the other end. It seems that many of the recipients will only willingly accept invalid options.

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Angus it is probably not legal in Mexico.    It says legal in all 50 states.  Last I checked Mexico was not a state.  Only certain types of notaries employed by corporations and such can do international signing.  This company is not one of them.  According to treaty mexican notaries should be accepted but alas we have found that they are not in the US.  Notaries are generally  licensed by the state and only accept business in that state or other states with agreements.

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In all the years this service has been available not one person has said that the signature that was notarized was not accepted. Nary a dang one.

 

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11 minutes ago, AngusMactavish said:

In all the years this service has been available not one person has said that the signature that was notarized was not accepted. Nary a dang one.

 

Yes true but I for one prefer a legal notary.  You have dangerous advice. My advice comes from my wife who was a  Notary, Mobile Notary and a Lawyer. 

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Just now, lcscats said:

Yes true but I for one prefer a legal notary.  You have dangerous advice.

Are you saying onlinenotary.net is offering illegal services?

Seems odd that not one of the 50 states attys general have charged them.

 

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12 minutes ago, Mostlylost said:

Are you saying onlinenotary.net is offering illegal services?

Seems odd that not one of the 50 states attys general have charged them.

 

This is not the US.  The way this service works is they have notaries for every state.  Every notary here has signed that they are in the home state they are licensed in. I am reluctant to trust a notary who lies and many do. I have witnessed them doing so many times. Yes international notaries exist but they are rare. Make sure they really are licensed to do international work.  I have met one in my life at my employer a Fortune 100 company. 

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That article does answer the questions:

If you are in a foreign country, use a notary in that country.

A US Notary can only notarize within his home jurisdiction in the USA.

Simple enough, I think.

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14 minutes ago, RVGRINGO said:

That article does answer the questions:

If you are in a foreign country, use a notary in that country.

A US Notary can only notarize within his home jurisdiction in the USA.

Simple enough, I think.

Yes,...sorry, I thought I had made it clear that the link  was from within the US, but was informative. 

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