Frequently Asked Questions
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Our fees vary based on service(s) time, travel expenses, and nuances, including but not limited to gas, tolls, parking, time, traffic, and of course, the occasional parking/speeding ticket.
The total mobile fee is due upon notary arrival regardless of if the signer is no longer available to sign and or paperwork/Identification is not in order. Our prices start at $50.00 for 30 minutes. You may be charged an overage fee if your appointment goes over the allotted time of $5.00 for every 5 minutes over.
A notary is not an attorney licensed to practice law and may not give legal advice about immigration or any other legal matter or accept fees for legal advice.” Please contact a licensed attorney or your local bar association for all legal issues. All notaries are individually licensed and may be either an employee or independent contractors of BKNYC Mobile Notary.
The signer’s appearance and valid state identification must be present upon meeting for every signer on the documents. The ID cannot be expired. Examples are Driver’s license, passport, or green card. If your Identification is expired, it cannot be more than two years expired. It is up to the notary’s discretion to accept or not to accept alternate forms of I.D.
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