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Which states allow for Temporary Remote Online Notarization?

Submitted by UCS on March 30, 2020

In response to the stay-at-home order issued by many states and the Centers of Disease Control social distancing guideline of keeping 6 feet apart from another person, states have issued temporary authorizations for Notaries to perform Remote Online Notarizations (RON). These authorizations are issued through a Governor’s executive order, emergency rules and official guidance.

For information on the rules of each state click on the state below:

Notaries in these states must follow rules set by the governor or state commissioning officials for these emergency authorizations.

*The Director of Licensing has not yet adopted rules for remote notarization. As soon as permanent or emergency rules are published, we will update this post.

Following the guidelines issued by the state, United Corporate Services can provide assistance during this time with notarizing documents in New York. The order is in effect through April 18, 2020. For information on how we can help, contact Luis Rodriguez at (800) 899-8648 Ext.639 or email Luis at luis.rodriguez@unitedcorporate.com