HOW WE WORK AT MY SAN ANTONIO MOBILE NOTARY
We have an impeccable work ethic and guarantee our work. We take pride in our ability to follow instructions and ask questions when clarification is needed to properly complete assignments.
We realize the nature of this business requires flexibility. We are able to respond to last minute requests and assignments while maintaining a sense of professionalism. Ultimately our goal is to successfully complete assignments in a manner that satisfies the borrower/client and meets all requirements established by all entities involved in the transaction.
We have dual tray printers, fax, and scanning capabilities, along with high-speed internet access. We possess all the equipment necessary to get the job done and provide immediate fax backs if needed.
My San Antonio Mobile Notary has been awarded the following vendor certifications through the South Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (SCTRCA): Texas Historically Underutilized Business (HUB), AABE-African American Business Enterprise Certification, ESBE-Emerging Small Business Enterprise Certification, MBE-Minority Business Enterprise Certification, SBE-Small Business Enterprise Certification, VBE-Veteran-Owned Business Enterprise Certification, WBE-Woman-Owned Business Enterprise Certification.
LEGAL SUPPORT SERVICES:
As Certified Apostille Agents, Apostille and Authentication/Certification processing services are provided for all 50 states.
As mobile notaries concierge notary services are provided for Power Of Attorney, Wills, Living Trusts, Vehicle Transfers, Real Estate Documents, Adoptions, Divorce and more. All state laws, rules, and requirements are met. You are receiving the best practices by highly trained professionals.
USCIS Compliant Certified Translation Services are also provided.
As a Texas Certified Process Server, services are performed through My Texas Process Servers.
Form I9 Employment Eligibility Verifications Services are offered as a non-notary service.
Disclaimer: “I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW IN TEXAS AND MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE.”