I'm not a U.S. citizen. Can I still get a document remotely notarized in the U.S?
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The short answer is no you cannot.
States that allow their respective commissioned notaries to perform remote notarizations are legally required to execute a form of ID verification. If the person cannot pass the ID verification then the notary is not permitted to perform the notarial act.
What is required for ID verification?
Because of the was knowledge based authentication works, the person will be required to have some form of credit history in the U.S., and also have some form of history in the U.S such as things related to credit, locations, etc., as these are required for the services to formulate questions around. So, if at least five questions in most cases cannot be generated to verify the person, then the notarial act cannot be done.