Person using Notarize app on iPhone in Kitchen

How it works

There's going to come a day when you need to get something notarized. When that day comes, wouldn’t you rather do it from your kitchen? In the same time it takes to make a sandwich?

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    1. Upload a Document

    Notarize any document by uploading it to your computer or iPhone. You can access documents from your email, by taking a picture on your phone, or through cloud storage services like Dropbox.

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    2. Prove Your Identity

    Notarize uses a patent-pending forensic analysis to verify government issued photo IDs and passports. Take a picture of your government issued ID, answer a few questions, and Notarize will confirm your identity in seconds.

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    3. Rich Annotation Tools

    Before connecting with a live notary agent, prepare your document for signing by filling out any forms or fields online.

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    4. Connect Over Live Video

    Connect with a licensed Virginia electronic notary public over live video to sign your document. The Notarize agent will confirm your identity, witness your signature and assist you throughout the process.

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    5. Legally Notarize Documents

    Once you have signed, the Notarize agent will complete the notary block of your document, applying an electronic notarization seal and signature in the process.

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    6. You’re Notarized!

    Download your notarized document to a cloud storage service like Dropbox or email it to anyone.

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