Difference between a JP and Notary Public?

A JP is not authorised to witness or certify documents which are for use in foreign countries. A Notary Public has the ability to handle documents for international use. If your document is for a matter in Australia, for example, a statutory declaration for an...

Foreign Language Documents

People want to sign a document written in a language that is not in English. This is possible but there are some procedures that need to be taken. Please note that in all cases the Notary will need to affix a Notarial Certificate providing commentary on the situation...

Identification check – 100 points

A Notary must be able to identify you properly.Please bring at least one government-issued ID which has on it your photograph, signature and date of birth. In addition the documents should add up to “100 points”. Points allocations differ from State to State in...

Electronic documents

Some documents are only issued electronically. There is no original paper version. It has even been signed with an electronic signature. The original therefore is an electronic document. When notarising the notary will need to say that it is a true copy of the...

Employer Letter

The Notary must confirm that the letter is genuine. The confirmation must come from the Employer direct to the notary. This can be done by email. To keep costs down and save time you can attach the letter and send an email to your Employer. Please include...