Getting a document notarized while abroad

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Now while outside of the US?

You can go to a notary at any U.S. Embassy or Consulate. By getting a notarization at an embassy or consulate, you’re required to make a personal appearance, meaning the person requesting the notarization must appear in-person.

The Easiest Way to Get a Document Notarized While Abroad – Whether you’re in a foreign country or at home in the States, you can get a document notarized online with any online notary company. Currently, there are 28 states that have enacted some form of permanent remote online notarization (RON) law:

Alaska,

Arizona,

Colorado,

Florida,

Hawaii,

Idaho,

Indiana,

Iowa,

Kentucky,

Louisiana,

Maryland,

Michigan,

Minnesota,

Missouri,

Montana,

Nebraska,

Nevada,

North Dakota,

Ohio,

Oklahoma,

Pennsylvania,

Tennessee,

Texas,

Utah,

Vermont,

Virginia,

Washington,

Wisconsin and

Wyoming.

Due to COVID-19, a number of States have temporarily allowed for RON via an Executive Order from their respective Governors. Specific State requirements can be found here:https://www.dlapiper.com/en/us/insights/publications/2020/03/coronavirus-federal-and-state-governments-work-quickly-to-enable-remote-online-notarization

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