How to Prepare for Your Notary

10 Things you need to know to prepare for your notarization. 1. A notary notarizes the signature(s) of the signer(s) not the document. The contents of the document is not the notary’s concern. 2. You should already have your document … Continue reading


A day we’ll never forget. Prayers to all those loss and their loved ones.

Our March Madness

So here’s what our march madness (in a good way) brought to Upstate Mobile Notaries, LLC. We completed signature notarizations on documents, witnessing of signatures & officiations of marriages during the month of March. 3/1 Marriage Licenses in Taylors SC … Continue reading

Voting Gets You Free Notarizations Today!!!

VOTERS SPECIAL: Free notarized documents within Greenville County with a “I voted” sticker for the remainder of the day. No notarization, travel or convenience fees!!!!


• Most Notaries Public within SC are only commissioned for the the State of South Carolina only and aren’t attorneys. • We here at Upstate Mobile Notaries LLC are NOT attorneys and therefore can NOT provide legal advice or draft … Continue reading

Your Personal Mobile Notaries

Call us for all your notarizations. We’re here when and where you need us!!!



St. Patrick’s Day

Yes, tomorrow is your lucky day!!! Whether you’re looking to get your signature notarized on important documents OR you wanna say, “I do”. We’ll be available to service you.?


Notary for I9 Authorization

form I9An I-9 Authorization signing was conducted on behalf of a Greenville customer via an I-9 Employment contractor on the morning of Friday, March 27, 2016.

The I-9 Authorization service was provided by a Certified Notary Signing Agent at our alternate headquarters in Greenville, SC. Also, for those who do not know Notaries Public CAN NOT notarize an I-9 employment form. We aren’t acting in the capacity of a Notary but that of an Authorized Representative of the Employer. Employers use us in this capacity because we are consider public officials. Therefore, when asked to provide a notarization to such document an Attestation Form, a form commonly used by remote employees because the stamp/seal of the notary public is not affixed, and should not be affixed to the I-9 form itself is required.