Find a Notary
Find a notary for your state. Here are some links for finding a notary in your state. We strongly suggest speaking to a Cuban marriage expert before swearing your affidavit or getting your translations notarized. If the affidavit is incorrect, or the translations are not notarized properly, you will have to redo this step of the process, and possibly other steps as well.
The American Society of Notaries was established in 1965 as, according to its website, the first non-profit professional association for notaries in the US.
Their notary locator tool lets you search for a notary by zip code, and you can customize your search with features of the notary and their office, including whether or not they have
- an email address
- a website
- a fax machine
- an efax number
- a laser printer
- an internet connection.
- The National Notary Association is a professional association for notaries, initially established in California in 1957. They went national in 1965 and provide many services to their members. Signing Agent is their website for the general public. You can search their members by zip code, city or state. Here is the search feature.
Notary.net is a private company providing a comprehensive directory of notaries. You can locate a notary by zip code or state. Use the search feature here.
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