New York Notary Signing Services is determined to provide clients with a legitimate and modern path to notarial services.
The team at New York Notary Signing Services provides legal expertise to their clients by offering comprehensive help with notarization.
About the Company
New York Notary Signing Services is a notary service established in 2021. The business began as a municipal service, slowly growing to national success, and in recent news, was also acknowledged by the Mayor of New York City. Speaking to the CEO, Stefan Perez Tejera, “We at New York Notary Signing Services are all intent on providing our clients with the notarial services they need to the best of our abilities. Our company comprises professional experts with years of experience in this field, and we are readily available to provide our expertise to our clients. Notarization is a necessary element of all legal matters.”
New York State and Federal Apostille
Many legal documents like administrative records, birth, and death certificates, etcetera require an Apostille to be recognized in a foreign country. New York Notary Services offers Apostille Services, which usually take one and a half weeks. The company, however, offers expedited services that can provide clients with their apostille within 24-48 hours. They also offer online delivery of an apostille by notarization via video.
Remote Online Notarization
New York Notary is a top notarial company allowing clients to opt for remote online notarization, perfect for those who want to escape the hassle of traveling far or people who cannot travel to one of their notary offices. The company provides Domestic and International Notarization, all from the comfort of one’s home.
Immigration and Translation
The company also provides immigration and translation services, including Family Visa Petitions, Citizenship, Employment Authorization Cards, and many more.
The translation services are provided at a flat fee and are available for many languages, including Spanish, Czech, Slovak, German, and others. They are willing to provide translations to English or vice versa.
New York Notary Signing Services offers wedding/ marriage officiant services. They provide a special offer at a low cost for those who choose to officiate their ceremony on the company’s 21st-floor terrace with a picturesque view of Times Square. They also offer weekday and weekend services at venues of their client’s choice. Those looking to sign a license without a ceremony can also avail their notary services.
Furthermore, the company caters to clients looking for lawyers and professionals dealing with mortgage signing and closing orders.
New York Notary Services is a modern company offering mobile notary and signing services for those in need.
New York Notary Signing Services provides excellent notarial security, “We want our clients to be able to trust our services; hence we work with some of the best notaries in the business, having passed Loan Signing Courses and with hundreds of closings.”
They also use Real-Time Verification ID to prevent any scams. New York Notary Services offers top closing services certifying the entire process after closing and double-checking all the documents at one of their offices before sending them to their clients.
New York Notary Signing Services allow certified notaries to sign with them and help them with closings. They also allow people to register as agents with them and take the exam to get certified.
The company offers Pro-Bono services by waiving service and application fees for eligible candidates, including low-income families and asylum seekers.
New York Notary Signing Services is a top-notch, modern notary service offering a wide range of services ranging from apostille services to remote online notarization on appointment. It’s run by a team of experts with years in the business who are perfectly equipped to handle their clients’ needs.
For further queries, please get in touch with the company via the information listed below.Media Contact
New York Notary Signing Services
Stefan Perez Tejera
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