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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have an office? Can I come to you?

No, our business is designed to ensure you don't have to travel or work around a company's business hours to get your documents notarized. See our Places We Travel page for a list of locations we can meet.

What do I need at the signing?

Generally, you'll need a government-issued photo ID, the document to be notarized, and witnesses (with ID) if applicable. Any additional items will be discussed prior to your appointment.

I'm not sure what form I need. Can you tell me?

No, we are not legally allowed to choose a notarial form for you. We can show and explain the options from which you can choose, or you can ask the entity receiving the document which form they require. 

Do you notarize vehicle titles?

Yes, we can notarize vehicle title transfers. We cannot issue or transfer plates or tags as we are not currently authorized by PennDot to perform this service.

Are you taking precautions against COVID-19?

Yes, our Notaries check their temperature before appointments, wear face masks, maintain social distance, sanitize their hands upon arrival, and provide each signer a new pen to keep. If a signer or household member has symptoms, we will reschedule your appointment. 

How do I know it's really a Notary meeting me?

All of our Notaries have their personal photo ID and notary commission card ready to show you for verification at every appointment. 

What does a Notary do?

Notaries help deter fraud by witnessing the signing of important documents. They verify the identity of the signer, their willingness to sign, and ensure they are aware of the contents of the document. This assures institutions the document is authentic and can be trusted. 

© 2020 by America's Notary Service. Pennsylvania, United States.

Serving the Greater Lehigh Valley. 610-393-0394. details@americasnotaryservice.com

Disclaimer:

I am not an attorney licensed to practice law in this Commonwealth. I am not allowed to draft legal records, give advice on legal matters, including immigration, or charge a fee for those activities.