|To answer your question -- Excerpt from the California Notary Public Handbook:|
"2. There is reasonable reliance on any one of the following forms of identification, provided that it also contains a photograph, description of the person, signature of the person, and an identifying number: (a) A valid consular identification document issued by a consulate from the applicant’s country of citizenship, or a valid passport from the applicant’s country of citizenship; "
However, IMO, doesn't matter what California notary law states, a notary in another state MUST follow the directives of their state and CA must accept that other state's notarial procedure as valid just as other states accept CA notarial procedure. It's called reciprocity.