As a Mobile Notary Public and Certified Loan Signing Agent, I provide notary and loan signing services at the location of your choice, at your convenience.
Administer an Oath or Affirmation
Real State Loans Transactions
VA, FHA and Conventional Loans
Cash and More
An Apostille is an official issued certificate added to documents for use abroad.
Secretary of State
Common documents to apostille:
Personal or Family Documents
- Marriage certificates
- Death certificates
- Birth certificates
- Divorce decrees
- Car titles
- Certificates of good standing
- Certificates of incorporation
- Certificates of origin
- Power of attorney
- Hiring documents
- Company invoices
- High School
- Report cards
- Other various school records
Professionally translate documents, manuals, and more, according to your schedule and requirements.
$4.00Fee Protesting a bill or note for non-acceptance or non-payment, register and seal
$1.00Each notice of protest
$4.00Protesting in all other cases
$4.00Certificate and seal to a protest
Taking the acknowledgment or proof of any deed or other instrument in writing, for registration, including certificate and seal:
$6.00(1) for the first signature
$1.00(2) for each additional signature
$6.00Administering an oath or affirmation with certificate and seal
$6.00All certificates under seal not otherwise provided for
$.50Copies of all records and papers in the Notary Public's office, for each page
$.50Taking the depositions of witnesses, for each 100 words
$6.00Swearing a witness to a deposition, certificate, seal, and other business connected with taking the deposition
$6.00All notarial acts not provided for
Traveling Fees Apply
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Notary Public?
A Notary Public is an official of integrity appointed by state government —typically by the secretary of state— to serve the public as an impartial witness in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing of important documents. Mainly:
• Authenticates the signing of important documents and
• Administers oaths
How do you know that you need a Notary Public?
If you need an official witness, then you need one.
Everybody at some point on their lives will have the need to have a document “notarized” and notarizations are performed by a Notary Public.
What is notarization?
Notarization is the official fraud-deterrent process that assures the parties of a transaction that a document is authentic, and can be trusted. It is a three-part process, performed by a Notary Public, that includes of vetting, certifying and record-keeping. Notarizations are sometimes referred to as "notarial acts."
Above all, notarization is the assurance by a duly appointed and impartial Notary Public that a document is authentic, that its signature is genuine, and that its signer acted without duress or intimidation, and intended the terms of the document to be in full force and effect.
The central value of notarization lies in the Notary’s impartial screening of a signer for identity, willingness and awareness. This screening detects and deters document fraud, and helps protect the personal rights and property of private citizens from forgers, identity thieves and exploiters of the vulnerable. Every day the process of notarization prevents countless forged, coerced and incompetent signings that would otherwise overwhelm our court system and dissolve the network of trust allowing our civil society to function.
Why does a document need to be notarized?
To increase public trust and deter fraud in a world where dealings with strangers is the norm.
The Notary ensures that people signing the documents are:
• Properly identified, so they are who they say they are,
• Willingly doing the agreement and,
• Knowingly what are they doing.
May a notary prepare inmigration forms?
May provide clerical, secretarial or translating assistance with Immigration forms as long as no advise or interpretation is given.
May any document be notarized?
A document can be notarized if it has the following:
• Language that commits the signer in some way.
• An original signature to be placed by the signer
A notarial certificate which may appear on the documents itself or as an attachment
How does a notary public defer from a “Notario Publico”?
In Latin-American countries to be a Notario Publico, a person has to be a Lawyer first, here in the United States a Notary Public IS NOT an attorney, and that is the reason why translation is not appropriate. The Notary Public in the United States cannot give legal advice, prepare legal documents or give advice on immigration documents.
How does a notary public identify a signer in texas?
Generally, a Notary will ask to see a current ID that has a photo, physical description and signature. Acceptable IDs usually include a driver’s license or passport.
Accepted identifications in Texas
- • State-issued driver's license
- • State-issued identification card
- • U.S. passport issued by the U.S. Department of State
- • U.S. military ID
- • State, county and local government IDs
- • Permanent resident card, or "green card," issued by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
- • Foreign passport
Payments methods accepted
Cash, checks, credit cards and PayPal.
Zip Code 78216 and surrounding areas:
Alamo Heights, Canyon Lake, Balcones Heights, Castle Hills, Fort Sam Houston, Hollywood Park, Kirby, Lackland AFB, Leon Valley, Live Oak, New Braunfels, Olmos Park, Randolph AFB, San Antonio, Shavano Park, Stone Oak, Terrell Hills, Universal City, Windcrest, etc.
Bexar and Comal County.
“Ms. Calderon was extremely respectful, prompt, kind and took care of everything we needed in a professional manner. I highly recommend her to anyone who needs notary public services.”
Sam TWill and Testament Signer
“Olivia is the most wonderful and detailed oriented person. She does a fast and very concise work. I am very much satisfied with her work. Hoping to return to her business for more such services.”
Mary Lescano PagoadaCustomer
“She was wonderful!! She definitely knew what she was doing and was just a pleasure to speak with. I will definitely be coming back to her for notary services!”
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“Wonderful lady. Quick and for a great price. Would definitely recommend!”
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About Olivia CalderonCertified Signing Agent
For + than 25 years constant and committed to Customer Service as an Individual Business Owner of www.OMCAA.com an outsourced service for entrepreneurs craving for administrative help.
"Now as an Independent Mobile Notary - Certified Signing Agent I am bringing the same Excellence aim full time."