When you suddenly find that you need to have documents notarized in an emergency, turn to Bassi Notary. We will meet you on short notice, including on weekends and evenings, and take care of notarizing your documents carefully.
As a mobile notary, we will travel to your home, office, or a convenient location, saving you time and money. We will ensure that the needed documents are correctly signed, dated, and notarized.
For your comfort, Bassi Notary accepts credit and charge card payments with a portable remote credit/debit card handling machine. Accepted forms of payment are cash, check, American Express, Visa, Mastercard, and debit cards.
We offer Traveling notary services to San Jose, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Mountain View, Milpitas, Palo Alto, San Carlos, San Mateo, Los Gatos, Campbell, Saratoga, Gilroy, Fremont, Union City, Hayward, Redwood City, Cupertino
Mobile Notary Public, Notarize Documents
Mobile Notary Signings for Residential Purchases, Refinances, and Home Equity Lines
Mobile Notary Signings for Commercial Purchases and Refinances
Mobile Notary Signings for Reverse Mortgages.
Apostille Service, Pickup and drop off your documents.
A Notary Public must certify the identity of the signer on a document when completing an Acknowledgment or Jurat. Identity is established if the Notary Public is presented with evidence of the signer's identity that would not cause a reasonable person to believe that the signer is not who they claim to be.
California Code 1185[b] lists some particular documents that a Public Notary can use to identify someone. These forms of ID must be unexpired, and be shown in physical form, and the name listed on the document being signed should match that of the ID being presented.
1. A California Driver’s License or Non-Driver’s ID
2. A U.S. Passport (or U.S. Passport Card)
3. An inmate identification card issued by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
4. A driver’s License or Official Non-Driver’s ID Card issued by any U.S. State
5. A Canadian or Mexican Driver’s License issued by the local government
6. A U.S. Military ID
7. A valid Foreign Passport from the Applicant’s Country of Citizenship
8. An Employee ID issued by a Public or Local Government Agency/Office
9. An identification card issued by a federally recognized tribal government
10. A valid consular identification document issued by a consulate from the applicant’s country of citizenship.
11. The oath or affirmation of one or two credible witnesses