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The types of identification documents listed below may be presented to a notary public to establish identity. These identification documents must be current, or have been issued within the previous five years. (California Civil Code section 1185(b)(3).)
 An identification card or driver’s license issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles; or
 A United States passport; or
 An inmate identification card issued by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, if the inmate is in custody in California state prison; or
 Any form of inmate identification issued by a sheriff’s department, if the inmate is in custody in a local detention facility.




2 More States Approve Webcam Notarization, Others Back Off

By Michael Lewis on June 21, 2017 - Texas and Nevada have become the latest states to authorize webcam notarization.

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DocuSign Email Database Hacked; NSAs Should Watch For Fake Messages

By David Thun on May 18, 2017 - Notary Signing Agents should watch out for fake "phishing" emails claiming to be from DocuSign following an email hack, according to warnings posted by the company on their website.

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Can I Notarize A Copy Of A Marriage Certificate?

By David Thun on June 06, 2017 - May a copy of a marriage certificate be notarized? The NNA Hotline Team has the answers.

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Foreign Language Documents
A notary public can notarize a signature on a document written in a foreign language, whether or not they are familiar with the language, since a notary public’s function only relates to the signature and not the contents of the document. However, a notary public must be able to communicate with the customer in order for the signer to swear or affirm the contents of an affidavit or to acknowledge the execution of a document, as well as to enable the notary public to obtain proper identification of the signer and to complete the required journal entries. An interpreter should not be used because vital information could be lost in the translation. If a notary public is unable to communicate with a customer, the customer should be referred to a notary public who speaks the customer’s language. (See generally California Civil Code sections 1189 and 1195; California Government Code sections 8202, 8205 and 8206.)