Notary 7 Days
Notary Public is an individual commissioned by the Secretary of State to witness the signing of documents and establish the identity of the signer using proper identity verification.
At PostalAnnex of Azusa all of our staff members go through mandatory training, take the Notary state exam and go through a background check to become a qualified Notary Public to assist you at our location. Because all of our staff members have earned their notary public commission, we are proud to announce that we have a notary public on site during all our business hours.
Real Life Documents Notarized by Notary Public
Grant Deeds and other Deed Documents
Consent for minor traveling with adults other than parents
Statement of Consent for Issuance of U.S. Passport to a minor (Under Age 16) – Download Form
Fictitious Business Name Registration
Vital Record Application
Notarize documents in other language
These are just a few examples of documents we have notarized since we opened. There are more types of documents, including sworn statements (Jurat) and Acknowledgements we have notarized.
Benefits of using Notary Services at PostalAnnex of Azusa
You never need an appointment for notarizing your documents
Simply walk in to get your documents notarized
We are open all 7 days. That means a Notary Public is available all 7 days
No need for mobile Notary in most commons cases
No need to pay a hefty price for late and/or weekend appointment with Notary Public
Since everyone is a Notary Public, we share a vast pool of knowledge
If you ever need to prepare a document or find one appropriate for the notary you need done, we have a rental computer. Here you can create a document on word or find a document on the internet
Every single in store qualified transaction earns you reward. Once accumulated $10 reward coupon will be emailed to you.
We are members of the National Notary Association (NNA)
On top of all other benefits, we are members of NNA. This helps us prevent fraud and assist you in the right direction to make sure your document is notarized properly.
Charges for Notarizing Documents
Notary charge goes per signature. We charge $15i per signature that needs to be notarized per Assembly Bill 2217, effective January 1, 2017. That means if you have one (1) signature to notarize, then you only pay $15i for that signature to be notarized; if you have two (2) signatures, then $30i; so on and so forth. We do not charge extra for –
Staying open till 7 during weekdays or
For notarizing documents on the weekend
Any type of payment method – credit card, debit card, Samsung Pay, Apply Pay, etc.
How does Notary Public identify the person
Notary Public is required to check if the identification requirements set by the Secretary of State are met for the IDs provided by customer(s). Over the years of experience we have gathered what list of IDs customers bring in, out of which some are allowed and some aren’t.
CA Driver’s License, ID or Senior ID issue by DMV
Other state driver’s license or ID
US passport book or card
US military ID (if includes signature)
Foreign passport, endorsed by USCIS
Canada or Mexico Driver’s License
CA state employee ID card
Inmate ID issued by CA Department of Corrections
Notary Public CANNOT accept the following pieces of identification
Social security cards
- Birth certificates
Mexican consular ID
An expired ID (unless it was issued in the last 5 years)
Temporary driver’s license (paper from DMV)
Permanent Resident Card/Green Card
Any ID where the name does NOT match the document (even if it is an acceptable ID)
Any form of ID that is written in another language
What can a Notary Public not do?
Per Notary Public Law, we are not allowed to give you any advice or prepare any documents for you.
Apostille after notarizing your document
Once we help you notarize, we can also help you mail your documents to and from Sacramento Office of the California Secretary of State to get an Apostille that will help validate our Notary Public signatures on documents to be used outside the Unites States of America. Per Secretary of State website You will need four documents for processing an Apostille –
- Original Notarized Document
- Cover sheet. You can use the cover sheet provided by the Secretary of State – https://notary.cdn.sos.ca.gov/forms/apostille-request-form.pdf
- A check or money order payable to Secretary of in the amount of $20ii and
- A self-addressed envelope.
Other services customers have used with Notary Service
Most of the time when customer notarized documents, they need to give these documents to someone. We have helped them various ways to achieve that task –