Nationwide Apostille has been in business since 2003 providing Professional Notary service in Southern California. We provide Walk-In service as well as mobile Notary service to your home or business at a time that is convenient to you. We get referrals from Banks, Mail Box Stores, Title companies, Escrow companies, Lawyers, Individuals and Businesses. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Our Notaries are available 24/7 to serve you.
Our professionals Notaries are Experienced Licensed Bonded, Certified and Background Screened & are members of the NNA. We are also approved Loan Signing Agents For Fidelity National Financial and LSI Title.
Our success is based on our proven track record of availability, promptness, professionalism and dedication by providing our customers exceptional Service. Call us if you won’t your Notarization done right the first time. We will make sure you have a smooth and flawless Notarization experience.
Nationwide Apostille specializes in all kinds of Notarization including Affidavits, Acknowledgments, Power of Attorney, Trust Documents, Escrow Documents, Grant Deeds, Quit Claim Deeds and complete loan documents. We also provide Apostille, Embassy Legalization and Translation service for documents intended to be used internationally. Completed documents can be delivered overnight via USPS, FED-EX, UPS or Courier Service.
Our Notary Services go beyond simple Notarization of documents to include:
- Notary Public (Walk-In and Mobile service in Southern California)
- Loan Signing Service (Nationwide)
- Apostille Service (State and Federal)
- Embassy Legalization
- Translation Service (all languages)
- Court document retrieval
- Live Scan Fingerprinting
- Ink-Card Fingerprinting
- FBI Channeling
- Living trust
- Passport Photo for US, and Europe (Passport photo’s while you wait)
Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Call us today to have your important documents Notarized right the first time. We will make sure you have a smooth and flawless Notarization experience.
Our fees are set by the Secretary Of State, we charge an additional nominal fee for traveling services. We are not lawyers and do not give legal advice. We can only identify the documents for you. For legal inquiries please contact an attorney or your local Bar Association.
We are here to help, if you have any questions or need clarification on any issue please do not hesitate to contact us 24/7 @ 877-300-0209. If we can’t answer any of your questions we will refer you to the appropriate authority to contact in order for you to get a satisfactory answer to your question or concern.
We would love to see you in our office or have one of our professional Notaries come to your home or office to Notarize your documents at your convenience. We also would love to get your referrals.
Q & A:
What is a Notary:
A Notary Public is an official appointed by the Secretary of State to serve the public as an impartial witness in performing acts related to the signing of important documents. Notaries are publicly commissioned officials, meaning that they are expected to follow written rules without the exercise of significant personal discretion. It is the foremost duty of a Notary to screen the signers for their true identity, their willingness to sign without duress or intimidation, and their awareness of the general import of the document. Some notarization’s also require the Notary to put the signer under an oath declaring under penalty of perjury that the information contained in a document is true and correct.
How to Notarize a Document:
To have a document Notarized you will need the document and proper government issued non expired ID.
What is a Mobile Notary:
A mobile Notary is a Notary that travels to your home or business at a time that is convenient to you and Notarizes your documents for an additional fee.
Where to find a Notary:
We provide Notary service in Los Angeles and all of Southern California.
We are not lawyers and do not give legal advice. For legal inquiries please contact an attorney or your local bar association.
Each signer must present at least one of the forms of ID listed below. The ID must be current or, if expired, have been issued the last 5 years; contain the signer’s photograph, personal description, and signature; and bear a serial or other identifying number.
1- Driver’s License or non-driver’s ID card issued by U.S.A
2- U.S. Passport.
3- U.S. Military ID Card that contains all required elements stated above, (The common Access Card CAC is not acceptable).
4- Driver’s License issued in Mexico or Canada.
5- Foreign Passport stamped by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
6- Inmate ID Issued by the California Dept. of Corrections.