7/3/2019

Which states allow their commissioned notaries to perform electronic or remote notarizations?

Categories: Electronic Notary, Remote Notary, Web Cam Notary

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Below is the list of states that allow their commissioned notaries to perform electronic notarizations or remote notarizations, and DocVerify is approved in almost all of them. Please keep in mind that the states require physical presence for e-notarizations. Please read the other blogs for clarification. If it has a circle that means that it will be available soon or the state is working on legislation.

If you would like to learn more about the differences between electronic and remote notarizations, please click here.

If you are a commissioned notary, and would like to perform electronic notarizations, please visit DocVerify for more information.

State
E-Notary
Remote Notary
Alabama
 
 
Alaska
 
Arizona
Arkansas
 
California
Colorado
 
Connecticut
 
 
Delaware
 
District of Columbia
 
 
Florida
Georgia
 
 
Hawaii
 
 
Idaho
 
Illinois
 
 
Indiana
Iowa
 
Kansas
 
Kentucky
Louisiana
 
Maine
 
 
Maryland
 
Massachusetts
 
 
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
 
 
Missouri
 
Montana
Nebraska
 
Nevada
New Hampshire
 
 
New Jersey
 
New Mexico
 
New York
 
North Carolina
 
North Dakota
 
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
 
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
 
South Carolina
 
 
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
 
West Virginia
 
Wisconsin
 

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