We are a family owned and operated business offering Live Scan Fingerprinting and Notary Public services, located in San Pedro, CA.When you choose us, you will get personalized service. Nobody will be rushing us, because we schedule enough time between appointments, so we have the time to spend with you. The fingerprints are unique to every person; some will need only 5 minutes, others will need more time to scan the prints. Also, this way your private data is safe from curious eyes.We are certified fingerprint rollers by and Authorized Private Service Provider for the California Department of Justice.
C&G Mobile Notary and Live Scan Fingerprinting Services 537 W 12th St San Pedro, CA 90731
Business Hours: by Appointment onlyAppointments are available 7 days a weekCall or text to schedule an appointment(424) 210-0405Phone line is open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm (before and after text message only)
What is live scan fingerprinting?The California Department of Justice provides an automated service for criminal history background checks that may be required as a condition of employment, licensing, certification, foreign adoptions or VISA/Immigration clearances. Live Scan technology allows digitally scanned fingerprints and related information to be submitted electronically to the Department of Justice within a matter of minutes and allows criminal background checks to be processed usually within 72 hours. In California, fingerprinting must be done by a certified fingerprint roller or qualified law enforcement personnel.Live scan fingerprinting is the process of capturing fingerprints electronically with our advanced live scan machine. With live scan fingerprinting, there is no ink or card. Your fingerprints are “rolled” across a glass plate and scanned. It is faster, cleaner, and more accurate than the old ink and roll method.Please visit the California Department of Justice's website for more information.
The background check process begins when an applicant agency provides an applicant with a BCIA 8016, REQUEST FOR LIVESCAN SERVICE form.The applicant completes the form with his/her personal information and takes the form to a live scan operator where the applicant must provide the appropriate identification. In California, fingerprinting must be performed by a certified fingerprint roller or qualified law enforcement personnel.The live scan operator checks the applicant’s identification, inputs the applicant’s personal descriptor information, captures the applicant’s fingerprints electronically, and transmits the data to the DOJ. At the conclusion of the session, the applicant should be provided an applicant transaction identifier (ATI) number, a number used to identify the transaction. The assignment of an ATI number, generated by the live scan device, does not necessarily mean the fingerprint images and personal information was submitted to the DOJ. Although the fingerprint images and personal information are to be transmitted to the DOJ within 24 hours, the actual transmission of the information to the DOJ is at the control of the live scan operator; and varies in timeliness.Once the transaction is received by the DOJ, the fingerprint images are used to automatically search against all other fingerprint images in the fingerprint database. If there are no fingerprints matching the applicant’s fingerprints, the transaction is generally processed electronically without technician intervention within 48 to 72 hours. If an applicant’s fingerprints match fingerprints in the database, the associated RAP sheet must be reviewed by a technician. This is a manual process that can take an indeterminate amount of time. The applicant agency is automatically sent a delay notice response. Questions or status inquiries related to a delayed transaction cannot be responded to, as there is no pertinent information that can be statutorily provided until the manual review of the transaction is complete. The next communiqué the applicant agency will receive is the completed response.
One of the following unexpired photo identification documents must be presented, and you will need to provide the filled out Request for Live Scan Service Form (*please see bottom of the page) for your specific need;State-issued Driver License/ID cardU.S. Passport or U.S. Passport CardFederal Government PIV (Personal Identity Verification Card)Uniformed Services ID cardDepartment of Defense Common Access CardForeign Passport with Appropriate Immigration Document(s);USCIS - Permanent Resident Card (I-551) (Green Card)USCIS – Employment Authorization Card (I-766)I-94 Stamp(within 90 days of entry to the USA)Federal, state, or local government agency ID card with PhotographU.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner CardCanadian Driver’s LicenseNOT ACCEPTED IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENTS;Interim Driver License or ID Foreign Passport WITHOUT Appropriate Immigration Document(s)The Matrícula Consular de Alta Seguridad (MCAS), Credencial Para Votar.
If I don’t have a request form, can you provide one?No, we are unable to do that. These forms contain information that is unique to each agency and the Request for Live Scan Service Form must be provided to you before you schedule your appointment with us.It is your responsibility to verify and/or obtain the correct Request for Live Scan Service form with the required ORI Code, referring Agency Set Address and applicable Mail Code. If your information is incomplete we MUST refer you back to your employment or licensing agency.
Unsure about “Applicant Type”, “Billing Code” and/ or any of the other required information on the Request for Live Scan Service Form?Please, contact the Referring Agency that sent you to be fingerprinted and obtain the proper codes or information. Your fingerprint record cannot be properly processed without the correct codes. It is your responsibility to have the correct Live Scan Request forms with you at the time of service.The Department of Justice, FBI and C&G Mobile Notary and Live Scan will not issue refunds or allow for resubmissions because of incorrect processing codes.
Can I send one record to two agencies?No, unfortunately you cannot.Because all agencies have, unique ORI numbers which assigned to only that agency. Therefore, if you need your Live Scan result to go to multiple agencies, you have to pay for and complete multiple transactions.Social Security NumberPursuant to the Federal Privacy Act (P.L. 93-579) and the Information Practices Act of 1977 (Civil Code section 1798 et seq.), notice is given for the request of the Social Security Number (SSN) on this form. The California Department of Justice uses a person’s SSN as an identifying number. The requested SSN is voluntary. Failure to provide the SSN may delay the processing of this form and the criminal record check. But, if the SSN field is marked mandatory on your form you have to provide it.
What fees I have to pay?The following fees will be collected when your fingerprints taken:There is a rolling fee that varies from location to location. This rolling fee covers only the operator’s cost for rolling the fingerprint images. There are additional processing fees that are required for the State (DOJ) and Federal (FBI) level criminal record checks. If your form contains a Billing Number then you only have to pay the Rolling Fee, otherwise; you are responsible for the full payment.
DOJ Processing FeeDepartment of Justice processing fees are between $15 - $32 or fee exempt depending on the ORI number listed on your REQUEST FOR LIVE SCAN SERVICE form, plus any application or other fees (if applicable) we have to collect on behalf of the Department of Justice. (IHSS/CDSS fees, the California Department of Social Services has 34 different applicant type, the fees are variable) $15 - $32 or fee exemptDepartment of Justice - State Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI)
FBI Processing Fee (if applicable)$17FBI - Federal Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI)
Fingerprint Rolling Fee$30
The fees you have to pay may be less or more depending on the level of service assigned to the ORI number on your Request for Live Scan service form.Rolling Fee for ORI# A0522 Security Guard w/ Fire Arm Eligibility is $43 plus $87 Gov. feesYour total fee will be given to you before your fingerprints are scanned.We are unable to tell you how much the DOJ/FBI fees are, until the ORI Number from your "Request For Live Scan Service Form" is entered into the computer.Processing fees are subject to change with notice from the DOJ/FBI! Fingerprint Rolling and Travel fees are subject to change without notice!
Mobile service travel fees*
- to to any cities in 15 miles radius in the South Bay area, also LAX and LGB: $150- Any other cities: Call for quote- The travel fee is non-refundable!*Our Mobile service is only available for groups, minimum 5 people required!
Source: CA-DOJBACKGROUND CHECK STATUSAn applicant may only request the status of their background check with the agency that requested their background check since the background check response may only be one part of the employment or licensing process. The DOJ’s system can provide a simplistic status of the background check processing status, but this status should not be construed as an indication of the employment or licensing status. The review of an applicant’s criminal history is only one piece of an agency’s process in making a suitability determination. The ATI number identifies the transaction. Answers to background check process questions will only be responded to if asked by the agency’s designated point-of-contact (referred to as their Custodian of Records.)Applicant Background Check Status: https://applicantstatus.doj.ca.gov/You will need the following information: (1) your date of birth; and (2) the 10-digit Applicant Transaction Identifier (ATI) number that appears at the bottom of the Department of Justice form requesting Live Scan fingerprint background checks.ATI# (what we receive from the system): the first letter is B, then 3 numbers, then your initials; first 2 letters of your last name and the first letter of your first name, then 3 numbers. Example: B100ABC012The system does not tell you the results. Only shows you that your search is; In progress or Completed dd/mm/yyyy.***************************************************************************************What if I submitted fingerprints and have not received a response?Please allow a minimum of thirty days before making a status inquiry. Applicants should check first with the applicant agency that requested the background review since the DOJ sends results directly to the applicant agency. Poor quality fingerprints, records that contain criminal information, erroneous information submitted on the fingerprint transaction, and individuals born before 1920 who have submitted manual fingerprints in the past may delay the reporting of results.My employer is asking for a copy of my criminal history record? May I give it to them?No. California Penal Code section 11142 prohibits you from giving a copy of your criminal record to an unauthorized third party. In addition, California Penal Code section 11125 prohibits an individual or agency from requiring you to provide him/her or the agency with a copy of your criminal record or proof that a record does or does not exist. Violation of either of these sections is a misdemeanor offense.Source: CDSSFor Applicant’s with California Department of Social Services forms: Estimated time to receive results from date of submittal to Department of Justice (DOJ) if there is no criminal history: Live Scan Fingerprints (DOJ)Approximately 3 daysFingerprints (FBI)Approximately 5 daysChild Abuse Index check4-6 weeksTime frames will be significantly longer if the applicant has a criminal history or if a fingerprint/Live Scan transmittal is rejected by the Department of Justice.
Why fingerprints get rejected? Fingerprints will and can be rejected for several reasons. The most common are characteristics with the Applicant's fingerprints that makes them difficult to capture. This would include wear of the surface skin, cuts, cracks, scars, calluses and other skin conditions. Fingernails; extremely long or curved fingernails may prevent the fingers from properly contacting the printing platen and may need trimming. Bandaged or Injured Fingers; applicants may need to reschedule their appointment until the injured or bandaged finger can be printed. If an Applicant's fingerprints are rejected on this basis, the originating Live Scan agency should re-take the Applicant's fingerprints at no additional cost. An Applicant's application for Live Scan service may also be rejected if the Applicant's BCII 8016 form is incomplete or improperly filled out. In this instance, a fee would be charged to the Applicant to provide them with repeated Live Scan service. It is important that the Application for Live Scan form BCII 8016 is complete and accurate when presented to the Live Scan technician for service. If I received a letter that my prints have been rejected, what I have to do?Bring your letter of rejection from the agency that sent it. This letter contains your original ATI (Applicant Transmission Identifier) number which is necessary for resubmission.If my prints are rejected would I be required to pay additional fees?Depends on who did your live scan. If we did your live scan fingerprinting, we re-take your fingerprints at no additional cost. If other live scan service did your live scan fingerprinting you have to pay our rolling fee. No exception.
Mobile Live ScanWe offer mobile Live Scan for groups only, minimum 5 people required.For quote: Please call or text:(424) 210-0405 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor Government and Rolling Fees please click here.Travel fee(travel fee doesn’t include the DOJ/FBI or Rolling fees, only covers our time and expenses to travel to your location) - to any cities in 15 miles radius in the South Bay area, also LAX and LGB: $150 - Any other cities: Call for quoteExcess Wait Time fee: $2/minute The waiting fee is billed in 15 minute increments beginning 15 minutes after the scheduled appointment time. Wait time fees must be paid before any fingerprints scanned.Travel fee must be paid up front and is non-negotiable and non-refundable!
Please noteI am not an attorney and, therefore, cannot givelegal advice about immigration or any other legal matters.
We are duly commissioned by the Secretary of State of California.Bonded, insured and background checked.
We offer mobile notary service. We come to you, and you’re able to sign your documents in the comfort of your own home or office!
*Travel fee apply, please see below. Loan signing NOT offered.
Travel fee* (between 7:01 am and 7:30 pm)- within San Pedro: $25 - to Rancho Palos Verdes: $60 - Harbor City, Lomita, Torrance: $100- to any other cities in 15 miles radius in the South Bay area, LAX and LGB: $120- to any other cities: Please call for quote!Notary service NOT offered by us in the following places:Long Beach, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, and Wilmington.Between the hours of 7:31 pm and 7:00 am, also from Friday 7:31 pm through Monday 7:00 am the Travel fee* is $125 to San Pedro, Rancho Palos Verdes, Harbor City, Lomita, and Torrance.Travel fee must be paid up front if the amount is more than $50 and is non-refundable. The travel fee is additional to the notary fee, andonly covers our time and expenses to go to your location.
Please remember; in most cases the notary must witness your signature so do not sign any documents until you meet with the notary. You will also need current photo identification, such as a driver license, state ID card or passport or US passport card, that must be presented to the notary at the time of the document signing;1. There is reasonable reliance on any one of the following forms of identification, provided it is current or was issued within 5 years:a. An identification card or driver’s license issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles; b. A United States passport;2. There is reasonable reliance on any one of the following forms of identification, provided it is current or was issued within 5 years, provided that it also contains a photograph, description of the person, signature of the person, and an identifying number: a. A valid consular identification document issued by a consulate from the applicant’s country of citizenship, or a valid passport (USCIS stamp is no longer required as of January 1, 2017), from the applicant’s country of citizenship; b. A driver’s license issued by another state or by a Canadian or Mexican public agency authorized to issue drivers’ licenses; c. An identification card issued by another state; d. An identification card issued by any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States (caution: current military identification cards may not have all of the required elements); e. An employee identification card issued by an agency or office of the State of California, or by an agency or office of a city, county, or city and county in California; f. An identification card issued by a federally recognized tribal government.The Matrícula Consular de Alta Seguridad (MCAS) and Credencial Para Votar are NOT acceptable identification for notarization due to lack of required information on the ID. When notarizing a signature on a document, a notary public must be able to communicate with the customer in order for the signer either to swear to or affirm the contents of the affidavit or to acknowledge the execution of the document. An interpreter should not be used, as vital information could be lost in the translation. If a notary public is unable to communicate with a customer, the customer should be referred to a notary public who speaks the customer’s language.
Customer Alert - California Notaries Public Cannot Perform Notarial Services OnlineOnline webcam notarizations are invalid and illegal activities for California notaries public.California notaries public should beware of misleading information from private companies claiming to have legal online notarization websites and legal online notarization services. Web-based platforms that purport to allow a person to submit copies of identification over the Internet and to use a webcam in lieu of a personal appearance in front of a notary public (e.g., appearance via webcam) do not meet the requirements for notarization by California notaries public.California notaries public are authorized under current law to perform electronic notarizations as long as all the requirements for a traditional paper-based notarial act are met, including the use of a seal for all but two specific documents used in real estate transactions. California law requires a person to appear personally before a notary public to obtain notarial acts like acknowledgments or jurats. This means the party must be physically present before the notary public. A video image or other form of non-physical representation is not a personal appearance in front of a notary public under California state law. Technology solutions from private companies offering online notarial services do not meet the requirements for notarization by California notaries public. The Commonwealth of Virginia is the only state in the United States that provides for legal web-based notarization services.
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Emergency After Hours fee: $100(10:01 p.m. to 5:30 a.m.)Our time as valuable as yours, please show up, or cancel your appointment at least one hour before your scheduled time.All fees are to be paid at the time of service.Fees are subject to change without notice.
Restrictions For California Notaries In August 2014, the California Secretary of State’s Notary Public & Special Filings Section clarified that;California Notaries who are not qualified and bonded as immigration consultants under the Business and Professions Code Sections 22440-22449, may not complete or make the certification on Form I-9, even in a non-notarial capacity. The Secretary’s office considers Form I-9 to be an immigration form. Any California Notary who is not an immigration consultant violates Government Code Section 8223(c).
Immigration DocumentsContrary to popular belief, there is no prohibition against notarizing immigration documents. However, several laws specifically outline what a notary public can and cannot do;Only an attorney, a representative accredited by the U.S. Department of Justice, or a person who is registered by the California Secretary of State and bonded as an immigration consultant under the Business and Professions Code may assist a client in completing immigration forms. (Business and Professions Code section 22440)A notary public may not charge any individual more than ten dollars ($10) for each set of forms, unless the notary public is also an attorney who is rendering professional services as an attorney. (Government Code section 8223)
§ 8211. FeesFees charged by a notary public for the following services shall not exceed the fees prescribed by this section.Assembly Bill 2217 (Hadley) (Chapter 133, Statutes of 2016), effective January 1, 2017, amends California Government Code sections 8211 and 8223 by increasing the fees which may be charged for certain notarial acts.California Government Code sections 8211 and 8223 were amended as follows:8211. Fees charged by a notary public for the following services shall not exceed the fees prescribed by this section.(a) For taking an acknowledgment or proof of a deed, or other instrument, to include the seal and the writing of the certificate, the sum of fifteen dollars ($15) for each signature taken.(b) For administering an oath or affirmation to one person and executing the jurat, including the seal, the sum of fifteen dollars ($15).(c) For all services rendered in connection with the taking of any deposition, the sum of thirty dollars ($30), and in addition thereto, the sum of seven dollars ($7) for administering the oath to the witness and the sum of seven dollars ($7) for the certificate to the deposition.(d) No fee may be charged to notarize signatures on vote by mail ballot identification envelopes or other voting materials.(e) For certifying a copy of a power of attorney under Section 4307 of the Probate Code the sum of fifteen dollars ($15).(f) In accordance with Section 6107, no fee may be charged to a United States military veteran for notarization of an application or a claim for a pension, allotment, allowance, compensation, insurance, or any other veteran’s benefit.Government Code section 8211 specifies the maximum fees that may be charged for notary public services. However, a notary public may decide to charge no fee or an amount that is less than the maximum amount prescribed by law. The charging of a fee and the amount of the fee charged is at the discretion of the notary public or the notary public’s employer, provided it does not exceed the maximum fees. The notary public is required to make an entry in the notary public journal even if no fee was charged, such as “no fee” or “0.” (Government Code section 8206) Exceptions: 1) Pursuant to Government Code section 8203.6, no fees shall be collected by notaries public appointed to military and naval reservations in accordance with 8203.1; 2) Pursuant to Elections Code section 8080, no fee shall be collected by notaries public for verifying any nomination document or circulator’s affidavit; and 3) Pursuant to Government Code section 6107, no fee may be charged to a United States military veteran for notarization of an application or a claim for a pension, allotment, allowance, compensation, insurance, or any other veteran’s benefit.In addition, Government Code section 6100 requires any notary public who is appointed to act for and on behalf of certain public agencies, pursuant to Government Code section 8202.5, to charge for all services and remit the fees received to the employing agency. Each fee charged must be entered in the journal.
We offer certified translation and editing servicesin the following languages:Hungarian, Romanian <-> EnglishAreas of Specialization: Health care, Medicine, Anatomy, Immunology, Medical Instruments, Pharmaceuticals, Vital records.Our average turnaround time is 5-7 business days forreasonable sized documents.We also offer rush service for an additional fee.Our methods of delivery: via email, USPS, UPS, FedEx.For a free quote or to request translation servicesplease call us or write to email@example.comOur team is made up of qualified and professional translators who havemany years of experience in the field and who are native speakersof the target language(s) with which they work.
“Certified Translation”We get the following question a lot: “Do certified translations require a stamp?” No, they don’t. But, we use an embosser seal to certify the documents we're translate. A certified translation means that the translator has added a statement to the document verifying his/her fluency in the source and target language, as well as the accuracy of the translation. The certification will also include the translator’s signature, the date, and his/her or the translation company's contact information.“Notarized Translation"Typically, the only time you will see a stamp on a translation when the “Translator’s Certification” is notarized by a notary public. In this case, the translator will do the work, certify it, and then sign his/her signature in front of a notary. It’s a misconception that the notary public is verifying the accuracy of the translation. They are not.They may not even be able to read the original document or the translation. They are only verifying the identity of the person who is signing the “Translator’s Certification”. This process is what makes the document certified by the translator and the translator’s signature notarized by the notary public with his/her signature and seal.
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Business Hours: 7 days a week by Appointment only. Phone line is open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.(before and after please send a text message)Phone/Text:(424) 210-0405(If your call not answered, please leave a message and we call you back ASAP or send a text message)Mailing Address: C&G Mobile Notary and Live Scan Fingerprinting Services537 W 12th St, San Pedro, CA 90731-4113E-mail for Live Scan: firstname.lastname@example.orgE-mail for Notary Service: email@example.comE-mail for Translations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked QuestionsAll information on this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.Information provided on this site is not suitable for legal advice or opinion. If you need legal advice, contact an attorney!Q: Do you have a local office?A: Yes, we have a local home-office. Business hours: 7 days a week by Appointment Only (before 8:00 am and after 8:00 pm please send a text message) Closed on January 1st and 17th, 4th of July, and December 24th, 25th, 26th and 31st.Q: Do you offer Loan Signing (Notary Signing Agent) services?A: No. We do not offer Loan Signing (Notary Signing Agent) services. Only regular notarization at you location (Travel fee applies). Please check this website to learn about the difference between Mobile Notary and Notary Singing Agent services.https://www.nationalnotary.org/notary-bulletin/blog/2019/01/difference-mobile-notary-signing-agentQ: Your business is part of a big corporation?A: No. We are a home-based, family owned and operated business. In plain English; we are a Mom and Pop shop.Q: Do you go to hospitals or nursing homes to notarize?A: Please call, and ask for Monica.Q: What type of I.D. accepted for notarization? A:Assembly Bill 2566 (Nazarian) (Chapter 762, Statutes of 2016), in conjunction with Senate Bill 997 (Lora) (Chapter 491, Statutes of 2016), effective January 1, 2017, amends California Civil Code section 1185, for specific forms of identification that can be used for proof of the identity when appearing before a notary public.Effective January 1, 2017, these bills eliminate the requirement that a valid passport from the applicant’s country of citizenship be stamped by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services of the Department of Homeland Security, and add a valid consular identification document issued by a consulate from the applicant’s country of citizenship, as proof of identity.These bills also add an identification card issued by a federally recognized tribal government as proof of identity. California Civil Code section 1185 requires forms of identification as follows:The Matrícula Consular de Alta Seguridad (MCAS) and Credencial Para Votar are NOT acceptable identification for notarization do to lack of required information on the ID.A notary public may establish the identity of a person appearing before the notary public using identification documents if there is an absence of any information which would lead a reasonable person to believe that the individual is not the person he or she claims to be and:1. There is reasonable reliance on any one of the following forms of identification, provided it is current or was issued within 5 years:a. An identification card or driver’s license issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles;b. A United States passport;c. An inmate identification card issued by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, if the inmate is in custody in prison; ord. Any form of inmate identification issued by a sheriff’s department, if the inmate is in custody in a local detention facility; or2. There is reasonable reliance on any one of the following forms of identification, provided it is current or was issued within 5 years, provided that it also contains a photograph, description of the person, signature of the person, and an identifying number:a. A valid consular identification document issued by a consulate from the applicant’s country of citizenship, or a valid passport from the applicant’s country of citizenship;b. A driver’s license issued by another state or by a Canadian or Mexican public agency authorized to issue drivers’ licenses;c. An identification card issued by another state;d. An identification card issued by any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States (caution: current military identification cards may not have all of the required elements);e. An employee identification card issued by an agency or office of the State of California, or by an agency or office of a city, county, or city and county in California;f. An identification card issued by a federally recognized tribal government.Q: I want my birth certificate certified by a notary public. Can you do that?A: California notaries public are prohibited to certify any vital records. If you need a certified copy of your vital records, you have to go to the California Department of Public Health, Office of Vital Records or County Recorder.Q: Why you have to know which type of notarization I need, before you come to my home or office?A: I have to know what type of notarization you need because; California notaries public are prohibited from performing any duties that may be construed as the unlawful practice of law. Among the acts which constitute the practice of law are the preparation, drafting, or selection or determination of the kind of any legal document, or giving advice in relation to any legal documents or matters. If asked to perform such tasks, a California notary public should decline and refer the requester to an attorney. Q: How Do I Obtain Certified True Copies of a Certificate of Naturalization?Source: http://www.uscis.gov/tools/how-do-i-customer-guides/how-do-i-guides-us-citizens/how-do-i-obtain-certified-true-copies-certificate-naturalizationA: When a naturalized US citizen needs to have a Certificate of Naturalization “authenticated” by the U.S. State Department for use by Foreign Governments/Embassies, USCIS can copy the document and certify it as a true copy. “Authentication” is a term used by the U.S. Department of State and other Governments to describe what USCIS refers to as Certified True Copies. When you require a Certificate of Naturalization to be authenticated, be sure to use the term "Certified True Copy." If you have the original document to be certified, you must make an appointment with your local USCIS office by using the InfoPass Appointment Scheduler on our website. When you go to your appointment, be sure to bring your original naturalization certificate and a copy of it. Also bring another form of photo identification, such as a drivers license or passport. A USCIS officer will review the documents and may certify the copy, if the officer can confirm your identity and status as a naturalized citizen.The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, will provide Certified True Copies and return these along with the supplied documentation to the requester. USCIS cannot act as an agent of the U.S. Department of State by accepting fees on behalf of other government agencies, or forwarding documentation to any other government agency. All documentation coming from a requester, along with any documentation supplied by the Department of Homeland Security, will be returned to the requester.To obtain the services of the U.S. Department of State, Authentication Office, you should use one of the following methods:Write to:United States Department of State, Office of Authentications1150 Passport Services Place, 1st FloorDulles, VA 20189-1150202-647-4000, Option 3 or 202-485-8000Email: email@example.com Internet: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/legal/travel-legal-considerations/internl-judicial-asst/authentications-and-apostilles/office-of-authentications.htmlQ: I have a friend; I want him/her to sign some papers front of a notary public. But, he/she do not know I go with a notary public. Do you go to my friend's house with me?A: No, we do not! We need his/her authorization.
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