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Armenia Apostille

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Armenia is a party to the Hague Convention, therefore, all that is required to have your documents legalized for use in Armenia is an Apostille.

There are many other countries that accept the Apostille as an acceptable document for international legalization. So there is no need to visit the Armenia embassy or consular office. If you need an affordable Apostille for Armenia, you can call or visit the following services:

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Argentina Apostille

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Argentina is a party to the Hague Convention, therefore, all that is required to have your documents legalized for use in Argentina is an Apostille.

There are many other countries that accept the Apostille as an acceptable document for international legalization. So there is no need to visit the Argentina embassy or consular office to get your documents process. If you need an affordable Apostille for Argentina , you can call or visit the following services:

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Can a Notary refuse to Notarize your document?

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Of course they can, but you better have a valid reason other than it being a personal reason (i.e. you don’t like that person religion, the way they look or dressed, the papers being notarized).

Some years ago I had to go to the police headquarters in Yaphank, NY to renew my gun permit to fill out the permit on the spot because I had not receive it in the mail. I was then told I needed to have it notarized. So, off I went looking for a notary in Yaphank, NY.

A mile down the road I came to a Public Works Office, I ask if anyone is a notary & I was told this certain lady was. When I found her, I presented her with my gun permit renewal papers & she said “I don’t think I can do that”. I’m not sure what she meant by that comment, but after becoming a notary I think she might of had some kind of prejudice towards guns & did not want to stamp it for personal reasons.. Little did I know I could have reported her to the Secretary of State of NY for refusing a valid notary for personal reasons.

In another situation, I’m going to meet a client at a bank lobby. But my client is impatient & goes into the bank to ask a bank employee to notarize his paper. He signs it in front of the notary & she refuses to stamp it because his signature does not match his picture ID. I looked at his picture & it matched his ID. Is that right? Can you refuse a notarization just because the signature does not match?

In another case, I once notarize a client who was at least 85 years old, her signature looked like the edge of a hack saw blade. It took her a good 2 minutes to make that signature. Should I have refuse to notarize her document?

I once had a notarization reject by NYC Vital Records because they said the signature did not match the applicants ID, It did not matter if a notary acknowledge the signature. So, don’t think just because you acknowledge a signature it won’t be reject because it does not match the affiant’s ID.

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Mexico Apostille | Apostilla Mexico

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Mexico is a party to the Hague Convention, therefore all that is required to have your USA documents legalized for use in Mexico is and Apostille.

Each state has a different agency that issues the Apostille in New York the Apostille is issued by the Secretary of State. In other states such as New Jersey, the Apostille is issued by the Department of the Treasury, Division of Revenue, in Florida, the Apostille are issued by the Secretary of State.

There are many other countries that accept the Apostille as an acceptable document for international legalization. So there is no need to visit the embassy or consular office.

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Do you know a sloppy Notary?

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No I’m not talking about how they look or dress. I’m talking about quality or correctness of their work. I was just going to write about New York Notaries until I received a notarize paper that was stamped by a New Jersey Notary.
So I guess NY state is not alone.

I frequently have to hire other notaries to do work for me that is too far for me to travel or I receive work that a notary has stamped & sent to me for a client.

After observing the quality of work that I am presented with I’ve determined that many notaries need to read their notary manual or go back to school to learn how to do a proper notarization.

On many occasions the notary has only stamped & signed the affidavit. There is No Venue & Jurat, on one document their was no date. One notary stamp even had the incorrect county he was qualified in. I did not find this out until I went to the NYC County Clerk to certify his signature & they could not find his name in their records. A quick check of the Secretary of State database shows that he is qualified in Queens. NY notaries are qualified by where they live not by where they work.

Last week I was standing on line at my local county clerk’s office getting a notary’s signature certified and the county clerk turned away a young lady & told her, she could not accept sloppy notary work. I must have been one of those sign & stamp. Bravo!

Do you know what I’m writing about? They are among us.

Here is a list of thing the County Clerk will reject a Notary Certification for:

  • Missing Venue – the statement and county where the notary administered the oath or acknowledgment is not shown
  • Missing Jurat – the statement that the notary administered the oath or acknowledgment is not shown
  • The Notary Signature is missing
  • Signature of the notary on your document is different then the one on file
  • The Venue is not written in English
  • The Jurat is not written in English

Alan Murray
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