Notarized Your Passport:

Notarized Your Passport:

Finding a certified notary public to confirm your identification and witness your signature is usually required to get your passport notarized, which is a simple procedure. Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to notarize your passport:

locate a notary public.

Find a notary public on Pac Signing to start the notarization process in the State of Oregon. Pac Signing Notaries can travel to your site for a charge and can provide mobile services.

Schedule a Meeting

To schedule an appointment, speak with the notary. It’s a good idea to give them a call and book an appointment on that’ll give you an advance to verify their availability and find out if there are any costs for their services.

Compile the necessary documents

Make sure you have all the required paperwork before meeting with the notary:

  • An active passport
  • A picture ID issued by the government, such as a driver’s license or state ID
  • Any other paperwork or forms that the notary may want

If necessary, bring witnesses

Sometimes the notary will need one or more witnesses to verify who you are. Contact the notary beforehand to find out if you need to bring witnesses, and make arrangements for them to come if necessary.

Meet the Notary Public

Meet the notary in person when you have an appointment. They may request your picture ID to verify your identity and ask you to sign your passport in their presence.

Obtain the notarized passport:

The notary will notarize your passport by applying their official seal or stamp after seeing your signature and confirming your identification. Your notarized passport will be returned to you and will be regarded as a legally notarized document.

Securely keep your notarized passport:

Keep your notarized passport in a safe location once you’ve received it. Make sure it doesn’t get destroyed or disappear because it’s a necessary travel document.