Inland Mobile Notary Services
Licensed, Bonded & Insured
"We Come To You"
Providing 24-hour Mobile Notary and Loan Signing Services throughout the Inland Empire and surrounding communities.
All Notaries are Fully vaccinated & boosted against Covid-19, and undergo a complete background check.
A Notary Public is "an official of Integrity appointed by the state, to serve the public as an impartial witness in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing of important documents". (National Notary Association)
Inland Mobile Notary Services is committed to providing convenient, professional, 24 hour Notary and Loan Signing services, while upholding the highest levels of integrity.
Notary mistakes can be costly, especially when dealing with Real Estate or Court related documents, so you want to make sure you are dealing with true professionals. Our notaries are bonded & fully Insured, and are trained to get it right the first time!
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We come to you
We'll meet you at your home, office, or any location that's convenient for you.
Get the job done
We notarize signature on any document that requires notarization.
We come to you
We Always Take Care Of Clients Seriously
“I very highly recommend inland mobile notary. . He is very professional, kind and was able to
come at a moments notice to help us out. I’d give 10 stars if I could. Thank you.”
Michele Brown Graser
What is a Notary Public?A Notary Public is an official appointed by the state to witness the signing of important documents.
What does a Notary do?A notary’s duty is to screen the signers of important documents for their true identity, and willingness to sign a document without duress or intimidation, and their awareness of the document or transaction. -NNA
What kind of Identification do I need?California Driver's License or California ID Card (can be expired, but must have been issued within the last 5 years) U.S. Passport (or passport card) Driver's License or ID card from another state Mexican or Canadian Driver's License issued by the appropriate agency U.S. Military ID (must contain photo, physical description, signature, and a serial/ID number Valid Foreign Passport Employee ID issued by an agency or office of the state of California ID Card issued by a federally recognized Tribal Government Valid Consular ID issued by a consulate The Oath or Affirmation of one or two credible witnesses
Can a Notary give legal advice or offer legal documents?No. A Notary is forbidden by California Law from offering legal advice, or supplying documents, which can be considered offering legal advice.
Can a notary public prepare immigration papers?A notary may notarize documents that require notarization such as Affidavits, but they may not prepare, help prepare or file another person’s immigration papers unless they are an attorney or a certified and bonded immigration consultant. In addition, under California law a notary may not notarize form I-9, employment eligibility verification.
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