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Going to go out on a limb and say you can't do it
Posted by Linda_H/FL of FL on 3/8/18 11:24am Msg #590871
Based on the first question in the FAQ section of your SOS website:

"What must a document contain to be notarized?
For a document to be notarized, it must contain:
1) text committing the signer in some way,
2) an original signature of the signer, not a
photocopy (if a signature is required).
3) a notarial “certificate,” which may appear on
the document itself or on an attachment

#1 above is the standard I believe.
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Messages in this Thread
 Notarize a photograph - Colonel/IA on 3/8/18 11:12am
 Going to go out on a limb and say you can't do it - Linda_H/FL on 3/8/18 11:24am
 Re: Notarize a photograph - Lee/AR on 3/8/18 11:31am
 LOL..pinky swearing...I like it. :) n/m - Linda_H/FL on 3/8/18 11:55am
 I have no doubt you cannot "notarize" a photo. - Colonel/IA on 3/8/18 12:06pm
 Is she using it to renew her military ID? Yes, I'd ask them -  MW/VA on 3/8/18 7:13pm
 Re: Notarize a photograph - jojo_MN on 3/8/18 1:30pm
 Re: Notarize a photograph -  JanetK_CA on 3/8/18 2:17pm
 I do the same thing, Janet... n/m -  Roger_OH on 3/8/18 5:07pm
 Notarize a photograph NO a signature YES n/m - Clem/CA on 3/8/18 4:16pm
 Re: Notarize a photograph - Faith Blackwood on 3/8/18 5:43pm
 Good point... -  JanetK_CA on 3/9/18 1:34am
 Military ID = Benefits? - rengel/CA on 3/9/18 1:31pm
 Re: Military ID = Benefits? - NVLSlady/VA on 3/9/18 3:37pm



 
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