My name is Mia Olvera. I am a notary public in San Francisco who works evenings and weekends, by appt. Please Contact Me at 415 985-7082 to schedule an appt. Please leave a message if you would like. We may be able to schedule a same-day appointment.
I am experienced, efficient, and bilingual (Spanish). Please contact me for your notary needs. I look forward to working with you!
Mia Olvera, Notary Public
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I am insured, bonded and background screened.
What you will need at the time of signing:
1. Please bring one form of valid identification (see below for a list of acceptable I.D. documents)
2. Please have forms fully completed – Do not leave any blanks (except for signatures and areas to be notarized)
3. If your documents require a witness, there will be an additional $10.00 fee, unless you bring your own.
Below is a list of just a few of the many different identifications that we can accept:
California (or other U.S. State) ID Cards or Driver’s License
U.S. Passport book or card
Mexico or Canada Driver’s License
Foreign passport stamped by USCIS
Inmate ID card issued by the Department of Corrections
Consular identification card (foreign country)
Mexican ID cards (la matricula)
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