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How can you notarize online? Learn how we do it!

Updated: May 22

The Process of Online Notarization


Many people call to ask the online notarization process considering it’s so new to New York State. We can't speak to other notaries but this is what the process at Hudson Standard Alliance, LLC. In this post, we list out the step by step process as to explain.


1. Inquire about a service:

If you’re unsure about the process or have questions, call, text or email and Evie or Cheryl will answer any of your questions. It would be our pleasure to talk to you!

Phone: 347-292-7158

Email: contact@hudson-standard.com


2. Book an appointment:

Visiting our website, we make it easy for you to schedule an appointment. We won’t charge you; we will give you a quote first to make sure you know how much the notarization or oath cost!



www.hudson-standard.com; you can book right on the homepage


3. Upload your documents:

The reason we need documents, is so that we can ensure that we can complete the notarization and prepare the documents for our session. We will want your documents as well as the identification of all participants. We do not keep your documents on any direct media except for DocVerify. You can either email your documents to contact@hudson-standard.com or you may upload it to the website. If you upload to the website, you are only able to upload one document at a time.





4. Confirming Appointment:

We will call or email you to confirm the appointment and the following information:


1. Do you have Chrome or Firefox? The DocVerify system only works on these two browsers.


2. Do you have a working microphone and webcam? DocVerify requires these tools to complete the notarization.


3. Do you require a copy of the documents mailed to you with a wet seal and signature? We will confirm the address you would like us to send the documents.


4. The physical address of all participants will be signing. In New York State, you are required to be in New York State at the time of the signing. We will confirm your address as the system will document your IP address for the records.