Notarize your documents online from anywhere in the world
Experience the ultimate convenience and flexibility of Remote Online Notary services. No matter your location, we make the process easy, secure, and accessible to ensure your documents are notarized efficiently.
Notarize your personal and professional documents from anywhere with our remote services.
Starting at $25 Restrictions apply
Type Of Documents We Notarize
We have assisted hundreds of clients online-remotely in getting their documents notarized, including:
- Acknowledgements / Affirmations
- DMV Documents
- Wills & Trusts
- Lease Agreements
- Power of Attorney
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Living Wills
- Personal Legal Documents
- Consent Letters for Child to Travel Internationally
You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for accurate and error-free notarization. Our remote online notary service takes the time to understand your unique needs and offers additional help when necessary to ensure a smooth process from start to finish. You can get your documents notarized conveniently and securely from anywhere in the world with our professional-quality services. Plus, you’ll save time and avoid the hassle of traveling.
Steps To Our Online Notarization
01. Schedule Request, Upload Document
You can request an appointment with our online notary, upload your document for review and preparation, and prepare for the meeting.
02. Verify Your Identity Information
Complete a multi-step identity verification process by submitting a photo of your government-issued ID and answering a few questions.
03. Connect To Our Remote Online Notary
Join a video conference with our licensed online notary public to confirm your identity, witness your signature, and provide assistance as required.
04. Sign, Notarize, Pay Invoice, Save Document
Complete the document signing and notarization process, pay the invoice, and keep a copy of the document for your files.
Our Online Notarization is simple, secure, and an intelligent choice.
Las Vegas Notary℠ Remote Online Notary service makes notarizing your documents a breeze. With a fast and entirely remote process, you can get your documents notarized in just four simple steps while keeping your information secure.
What Our Online Notarization Clients Are Saying
Frequently Asked Questions
Remote Online Notary (RON) is a service that lets you sign important documents using your computer or smartphone camera. You can sign from anywhere in the world, as long as you have internet access.
During the video call, our notary will witness you sign the document and verify your identity. Then they'll apply an electronic seal and signature to make the document legally binding.
RON is a great option if you need to sign important documents but can't meet with someone in person. However, it's important to verify with the party needing the notarized document whether they will accept a remotely notarized document.
It's worth noting that not all states have authorized RON yet, so it's important to check if it's available in your area before using it. If you're unsure, it's always best to consult with a legal professional to make sure your document is properly notarized.
Absolutely. Many states have passed laws that recognize and permit RON. However, acceptance can vary by jurisdiction and document type. It's always a good idea to confirm with the receiving party to ensure they accept documents notarized online.
The cost will depend on the document being certified and exactly what the notary is required to do. Before your appointment, we will discuss your document requirements to provide you with an accurate fee quote.
To get an idea of our fees click here to review our online notary fees.
Short answer, Yes!
While we strive to be as accommodating as possible, and often can handle last-minute requests, scheduling an appointment in advance is the best way to guarantee we'll be available when you need us. Plus, it gives us a head start in preparing your document for online notarization, ensuring a smoother and more time-efficient process for both of us. Your time is valuable, and we aim to respect that by being prepared and prompt. If a last-minute request is needed, please call us at 702.659.5008 option 2.
Thank you for considering online notarization with us. We truly value your trust. Here’s a structured guide to help you prepare, step-by-step:
Kick-Start at Our Scheduling Page:
- Quick Questionnaire: To get things off to a smooth start, our platform will ask you a few questions. It’s our way of tailoring the process just for you.
- Document Submission: Afterwards, you'll need to upload your unsigned, but completed, document. Please make sure it’s in .doc, .docx, or .pdf format.
- Date & Time Selection: With the essentials in place, choose a date and time that works best for you.
Identification Verification: Do ensure that everyone involved has their valid, non-expired, government-issued photo ID at hand. It's a standard procedure, and it helps ensure everyone's security.
Wait for Our Email: Once everything's in order, relax and check your inbox. We'll send an invitation link for your notary session soon.
Following these steps will pave the way for a smooth and pleasant online notarization experience. We’re genuinely looking forward to serving you.
A cornerstone of our online notary duties is to accurately identify the person we're working with, just as with in-person notarizations. Our practice rules and government legislation emphasize this requirement. For online notarizations, we still rely on a government-issued ID with a photo and signature to uphold these standards, ensuring authenticity.
We prioritize your security and peace of mind. To do that, we first request to see your physical government-issued identification. But for added assurance, you'll also go through the KBA (Knowledge-Based Authentication) process. KBA is a widely-used method that adds an extra layer of security by having you answer a series of personal questions. It's like a quick security checkpoint to ensure it's truly you. With these steps, we make sure every notarization is genuine and safe.
While Remote Online Notarization (RON) covers a broad spectrum of documents, there are some exclusions due to specific state laws and document requirements. For the most accurate guidance, it's recommended to consult with the party requiring the notarized document. They will be able to confirm their acceptance of electronically notarized documents. Additionally, consulting your state government can offer further clarity on the matter.
Should you have any uncertainties or require assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Notaries who are not attorneys are prohibited from giving legal advice they aren't qualified to provide. This is referred to as the unauthorized practice of law.
This will stand true for any Notary with Las Vegas Notary as we aren't attorneys and cannot prepare your documents.
Since we work with many attorneys, we may know an attorney that can assist you with your documents at their practice location.
However, we will prepare the online document for the notarization process, which includes setting up signature boxes, initial boxes, placing the notary stamp and signature, and dating.