PublicNotary.Services Scholarship 2023
- Amount: $1,000
- Time Required: 15-30 minutes
- Eligibility: Be currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year college
- Make a 1 minute video (can record with your phone)
- Write a 300 word article and post it on a personal blog of yours such as Tumblr, WordPress, Reddit, etc.
- Upload the video to YouTube as: The Importance of Remote Notarization during COVID19 or upload your article as “The Importance of Remote Notarization during COVID19”.
- In the video or article please speak about how and why new technology such as online notarization is so important in today’s time and what how working remote may change jobs in the future.
- Under video description or article please link to and reference our website or scholarship.
- Email us the video or link to the article at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Include your name, address, phone number, and name of school you attend.
- Please send proof of enrollment. (school id card, transcript: enrollment verification, class schedule etc.)
- Deadline: April 30th, 2023
- Winner announcement date: May 30th, 2023
- There will be one winner selected
- Winner will be paid via check by mail
Please contact us via our contact us page or at: email@example.com
We Can Also Notarize Your Document Online Now!
The process for getting your documents notarized online is quick, secure and easy.
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You can get your document notarized online for $25.
No. You must be an online commissioned notary public able to legally notarize documents in the states you serve.
Mobile notary prices vary from one state to another. They will change state based fees depending on how far you are from them.
There are many mobile notaries around your area. If you are looking for one simply check our notary directory or reach out to us for assistance.
There are many types of documents that need to be notarized every year. We help notarized documents such as real estate documents, deeds, power of attorney, closing documents, loan documents and much more.
Yes! You can get a document notarized online in your state. There are many cities and states that allow a document to be notarized online by a public notary.