Notarize Online, Anytime, Anywhere!

Get your documents notarized online in 5 minutes!

How does Online Notary Service work?


Upload Document Through The Portal

First the notary will review and prepare your documents.  All documents must be in PDF format. Click Start Online Notary Service!


Choose Your Notary Service and Payment

The notary will send the recipent a link to start the notary session.

Dr. Chyna Jackson


Miami Beach Notary


Verify Identity

Please have your Identification ready to verify the notary.  After your identification has been verified , the notary will start the session and notarize your documents.


receive the notarized Dcoument

After notary session you will receive your documents notarized along with a security certificate.

What do I need for my online session?

Computer, Tablet or Mobile Phone

Your computer, phone or tablet must have working camera and microphone. You will receive a link to join the notary from any device.

Strong Internet Connection

You can use a WI-FI or cellular data connection.

Photo ID

Signers can use your drivers license, state id or Passport. International users use you passport.

What are the benefits of online notary services?


Convenience: Online notary services offer unparalleled convenience to customers. They can get their documents notarized from the comfort of their homes or offices, eliminating the need to travel to a physical location


Online notary services break geographical barriers. Customers can access our services from anywhere in the world, making it especially useful for international clients or those who are temporarily residing in another location.


Cost-Effectiveness: Online notarization often costs less than traditional in-person notarization. Customers can save money on travel expenses and notary fees. Online Notary Service is $25.00 per session.


Miami Beach Notary ensures that the notarization process complies with all relevant laws and regulations, providing customers with legally binding notarized documents.

we’re here to Answer all your questions!

A remote online notary is a notary public who can perform notarial acts online using audio-visual technology.

Yes, remote online notarization is legal in many states and countries, provided it adheres to specific regulations and guidelines.

The types of documents that can be notarized remotely vary by jurisdiction. Generally, it includes a wide range of documents such as real estate transactions, wills, powers of attorney, and more.

Yes, some remote online notaries can assist with notarizing documents for international use. However, it’s crucial to ensure the document complies with the requirements of the relevant countries involved.

You’ll need a computer or mobile device with a camera, microphone, and reliable internet connection for video conferencing. Additionally, you might need specific software or platforms recommended by the notary.

The main difference is that remote online notarization is conducted over the internet using audio-visual technology, whereas traditional notarization is done in person. Both methods serve the same purpose of verifying the signer’s identity and ensuring the document’s authenticity.

The cost of online notary service in Florida varies depending on the provider and the type of document. According to Chapter 117 of the Florida Statutes1, the maximum fees that a notary public can charge for online notarization are:

  • $25 for an online acknowledgment
  • $25 for an online jurat
  • $25 for an online verification of oath or affirmation

While Remote Online Notary (RON) has revolutionized the notarization process, it is important to note that not all documents can be notarized online. Certain documents require specific legal procedures or physical presence to ensure their validity and compliance with applicable regulations. While online notarization offers numerous advantages, it is essential to understand its limitations.

Documents that typically cannot be notarized online include:

1. Real Estate Transactions: Many jurisdictions have specific requirements for notarizing real estate documents, such as deeds, mortgages, or property transfers. These often necessitate physical presence to sign and notarize the documents in the presence of witnesses.

2. Wills and Trusts: Given the importance and legal complexities involved, wills and trusts usually require in-person notarization to ensure the testator’s intentions are properly executed and witnessed.

3. Adoption and Divorce Documents: Adoption or divorce-related documents often involve sensitive and intricate legal procedures, necessitating physical presence and additional safeguards to protect the parties involved.

4. Court Documents: Certain court-related documents may require specific procedures, such as filing in person or obtaining signatures in the presence of court officials or attorneys.

While RON offers immense convenience and efficiency for a wide range of documents, it is crucial to consult the relevant laws and regulations of your jurisdiction to determine which documents can be notarized online and which ones require traditional in-person notarization.

At Miami Beach Notary, we prioritize compliance and adhere to the legal requirements surrounding notarization. We are committed to guiding you through the proper channels for notarizing your documents, whether it’s through our remote online services or by assisting you with in-person notarization when necessary. Contact us today to receive expert guidance and professional notary services tailored to your specific needs.

es, Florida notaries can notarize online if they meet certain requirements. Florida was one of the first states to authorize remote online notarization (RON) in 20196. RON allows Florida notaries to perform online remote notarizations for clients located anywhere in the United States or abroad.

No, a Florida Notary cannot physically travel to another state and perform a notarial act there. A Florida Notary is only authorized to perform notarial acts within the boundaries of Florida. However, a Florida Notary can perform online notarization for a client who is physically located in another state, as long as the notary follows the Florida laws and rules for remote online notarization8.

Yes, Florida notaries can notarize out of state documents, as long as the notarial act is performed within Florida and in accordance with Florida laws and rules. A Florida notary can notarize a document from another state using either a paper or an electronic certificate. However, there are certain restrictions and guidelines that a Florida notary must follow when dealing with out of state documents9:

  • The notary must ensure that the certificate wording complies with the Florida statutes and rules. If the certificate wording does not comply, the notary must attach a separate certificate that meets the Florida requirements.
  • The notary must ensure that the venue on the certificate reflects the state and county where the notarization takes place. If the venue does not match, the notary must correct it or attach a separate certificate with the correct venue.
  • The notary must ensure that the type of notarization requested is authorized by Florida law. If the type of notarization is not authorized, the notary must decline to perform it or advise the client to seek legal counsel.
  • The notary must ensure that the document does not require any additional actions or determinations that are beyond the scope of a Florida notary’s authority. For example, a Florida notary cannot certify that a signer holds a representative capacity or make any legal judgments about the document.

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