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17 hours ago, AngusMactavish said:

I did it at the US Consulate. Costly, $50 USD, but nobody can do it better.

The price is per signature and real estate documents generally have multiple signatures.  Try seeing if they will accept a mexican notary.  International law says yes its valid but many US institutions won't accept a mexican notary.  I speak from experience.  Good Luck!

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6 hours ago, AngusMactavish said:

A quitclaim deed has one signature, the grantor's.

Maybe true for your transaction but I am looking at one that required 2 signatures.  One for the transaction and one for some disclosure thang.

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My sister, Selecia Young-Jones, is a certified Remote-Online-Notary based in Jacksonville, FL. She has been able to help many lakeside people get their U.S. documents notarized, legally. You can contact her via WhatsApp at 904-333-7311 or at www.rainbownotaryandnuptials.com

She charges $25 USD to do this RON (remote online notary). Give her a call or send her an email and she'll help you out. 


Val Jones :)


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Florida allows remote notary of documents for Florida citizens who are out of Florida. If you are not a citizen of Florida, do not risk this. Use the consulate notary. It will never be challenged later.

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