Notarizing Documents

Documents that need to be signed under Oath or copies that need to be certified are often called notarizations.

In the case of certified true copies, you can come in anytime (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm) with the original document and we will take a copy and certify it to be a true copy.

In the case of documents to be signed under Oath (often called Affidavits or Statutory Declarations), the person to sign this document has to come in person with the document or form and 2 pieces of valid government-issued ID. When signing in our presence, we will certify that you were in our office at that time, signed in front of us and were properly identified.

In either case, no appointment is necessary unless you want peace of mind or don’t want to wait in case there are people ahead of you.

See also Frequently Asked Questions