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Complete your Principal® forms in just 15 minutes with Notarize!

Principal has partnered with Notarize to offer a simple, safe, and secure process to complete and submit your forms online.

Notarize offers 24x7 access to commissioned online notaries, allowing you to complete your forms at your convenience – anywhere, anytime.

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Complete your Principal® forms in just 15 minutes with Notarize!

How It Works

The Process

Form inputs

1. Upload your form.

Upload all the pages of your form as a single PDF using your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You can complete the form prior to upload, or upload it blank and fill it out using Notarize's annotation tools, but do not sign the form before uploading. You need to sign the document in the notary session.

You can upload your form at this link.

1. Upload your form.

Upload all the pages of your form as a single PDF using your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You can complete the form prior to upload, or upload it blank and fill it out using Notarize's annotation tools, but do not sign the form before uploading. You need to sign the document in the notary session.

You can upload your form at this link.

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2. Verify your identity.

Notarize will use multi-factor authentication to verify your identity and ensure the authenticity of your government-issued ID. You'll be asked to answer a few questions and to capture the front and back of your ID using your computer or phone.

2. Verify your identity.

Notarize will use multi-factor authentication to verify your identity and ensure the authenticity of your government-issued ID. You'll be asked to answer a few questions and to capture the front and back of your ID using your computer or phone.

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3. Connect with a live notary.

You'll then connect with a licensed remote notary public over a live video feed to sign your form. The notary will confirm your identity, witness the application of your signature, and assist you throughout the process.

3. Connect with a live notary.

You'll then connect with a licensed remote notary public over a live video feed to sign your form. The notary will confirm your identity, witness the application of your signature, and assist you throughout the process.

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4. Download your notarized form and share it with Principal!

After paying the $25 notarization fee, you will be able to download your notarized spousal consent form. You will then need to upload the document to your portal on principal.com.

4. Download your notarized form and share it with Principal!

After paying the $25 notarization fee, you will be able to download your notarized spousal consent form. You will then need to upload the document to your portal on principal.com.

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4. Download your notarized form and share it with Principal!

After paying the $25 notarization fee, you will be able to download your notarized spousal consent form. You will then need to upload the document to your portal on principal.com.

4. Download your notarized form and share it with Principal!

After paying the $25 notarization fee, you will be able to download your notarized spousal consent form. You will then need to upload the document to your portal on principal.com.

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Prepare what you'll need

To promote a quick and easy signing experience, please come to your online notary meeting with the following:

  • A single, unsigned PDF that includes all your form pages.
  • The last 4 digits of your U.S. Social Security Number and a valid form of ID.
  • A smartphone, tablet, or computer with audio and video capabilities and a strong Internet connection.
  • A credit card to pay the $25 notarization fee.

To promote a quick and easy signing experience, please come to your online notary meeting with the following:

  • A single, unsigned PDF that includes all your form pages.
  • The last 4 digits of your U.S. Social Security Number and a valid form of ID.
  • A smartphone, tablet, or computer with audio and video capabilities and a strong Internet connection.
  • A credit card to pay the $25 notarization fee.

To promote a quick and easy signing experience, please come to your online notary meeting with the following:

  • A single, unsigned PDF that includes all your form pages.
  • The last 4 digits of your U.S. Social Security Number and a valid form of ID.
  • A smartphone, tablet, or computer with audio and video capabilities and a strong Internet connection.
  • A credit card to pay the $25 notarization fee.
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To promote a quick and easy signing experience, please come to your online notary meeting with the following:

  • A single, unsigned PDF that includes all your form pages.
  • The last 4 digits of your U.S. Social Security Number and a valid form of ID.
  • A smartphone, tablet, or computer with audio and video capabilities and a strong Internet connection.
  • A credit card to pay the $25 notarization fee.
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Still have questions?

Contact support@notarize.com with any technical questions about how to use the software.

This site is not owned or affiliated with Principal® or its affiliates.  Please note that Principal® is not responsible for the content on this site.

This is site is owned and operated by Notarize, Inc. We at Notarize pride ourselves on providing helpful resources to help demystify notarization. We are not lawyers, and don't give legal advice, so always check with your own attorneys, advisors, or document recipients if you have unanswered questions about notarization or digitally notarized documents.

This site is not owned or affiliated with Principal® or its affiliates.  Please note that Principal® is not responsible for the content on this site.

This is site is owned and operated by Notarize, Inc. We at Notarize pride ourselves on providing helpful resources to help demystify notarization. We are not lawyers, and don't give legal advice, so always check with your own attorneys, advisors, or document recipients if you have unanswered questions about notarization or digitally notarized documents.