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- CA All-Purpose Acknowledgment
The purpose of an acknowledgment is for a signer, whose identity has been verified, to declare to a Notary or notarial officer that he or she willingly signed the document.
A jurat is used when the signer is swearing to the content of the document. The notary must administer an oath or affirmation to the signer in order to complete the jurat. A jurat also requires that the signer signs in the presence of the notary.
- California Jurat Certificate
- CA Jurat with Affiant Statement
- California Proof of Execution by Subscribing Witness
- California Credible Witness Affidavit Certificate
CERTIFICATION OF COPY
- California Copy Certification of Line Item Entry in Sequential Journal
- CA Copy Certification by Document Custodian
The custodian of record makes the photocopy of the document and the Notary compares the original to the copy and then certifies or attest that the photocopy is a true copy of the original. When a Notary makes an attested copy of a document, he/she is not guaranteeing the authenticity of the original document, its contents, or its effects. The Notary is simply stating that the photocopy is a “true” and complete copy of the of the original document presented.
- California Copy Certification of Power of Attorney
- California Signature by Mark Certificate
- CA Authorization for Minor to Travel with Accompanying Adult
The Minor Travel Consent Form has become increasing necessary because of the rise in instances of child abduction in custody cases, and a growing number of children who are the victims of trafficking. An immigration officer, airline, or travel company may ask for a letter of consent if the child is traveling internationally with only one parent or with another adult, such as a relative, friend, teacher, etc.
- CA Affidavit of Citizenship
The Affidavit of Citizenship is a common legal form that is required by immigration services in some cases. Many people need to get an Affidavit of Citizenship Notarized. This document is normally notarized using the Notary act called a Jurat which requires a sworn oath.