1. LIST OF ACCEPTABLE ID FOR NOTARIZATION:
a. ID card or Driver's License issued by the California DMV,
b. United States Passport or valid Foreign Passport
c. Other CA-approved ID cards that must contain a photograph, description of the person, a signature of the person and an identifying number with the exception of item (6) as listed below, “Inmate Identification Item.”
(1). Consular ID (Current or issued within the last 5 years),
(2). Driver's license issued by another state, Canadian or Mexican public agency authorized to issue driver's licenses;
(3). ID card issued by another state;
(4). US Military ID card ,
(5). An inmate card issued by the CA Dept. of Corrections, if the inmate is in custody.
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CALIFORNIA ID GUIDELINES FOR HAVING SIGNATURE NOTARIZED
John Nelson, Mobile Notary and Mobile Certified Apostille Agent
Orange and South Los Angeles County Notary Public & Apostille Service (949)614-5291
(7). An employee ID card issued by an agency or office of the state of California, or by an agency or office of a city, county, or city and
county in the state of California.
2. Signatures to be notarized must be original signatures. Documents that have faxed or stamped signatures can not be notarized
by a State of California Notary Public.
3. California law allows “signature by mark” and makes provision for those who have misplaced their IDs. Call for additional details.
4. ID may also be established via the testimony of Two Credible Witnesses in the state of California who have the proper California designated ID. Please call for additional information.
5. California Notary Publics are not lawyers and are prohibited from giving legal advice.
(6). An inmate identification item that is current or has been issued within 5 years by a sheriff’s department, and the inmate is in custody in a local detention facility.