Notary and Livescan 359 W.11th St.# G. Tracy, CA email:

Mobile Notary in Tracy CA


Notary Fees


$15.00 per notarized signature

Mobile Service 

$40.00 and up * **  ***

* within 13 miles driving distance of 359 W. 11th St, Tracy, CA 95376. Fee increases with 14th mile

** $40.00 includes one notarized signature. $15.00 for each additional notarized signature

*** Hospital environment and care facilities mobile fee $50.00 and up

What you need

  • Acceptable ID - see list below for acceptable ID
  • Your document.

Acceptable ID

Current CA DMV issued driver's license or ID card. Current out of state driver's license. Current Mexican driver's license. Current Canadian driver's license. Current US passport or passport card.  Current foreign passport.  There are other forms acceptable ID's with restrictions. Contact us and we will go over your options in detail.                                       

Experienced Notaries

Your documents are in good hands. I am a seasoned notary with experience dealing with delicate and sensitive documents, including deeds, international documents, relocation, loan packages, letters of consent and more. No need to wait 20 to 30 minutes at UPS or a mail center. Come visit us, get your document notarized by a professional, experienced notary. I would be happy to help you with that.

  Did You Know.... From the California Notary Handbook

· A notary public may refuse to notarize a document if the signer’s awareness and willingness is in doubt

· A notary public who is not an attorney; may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice

·  A notary public that is not an attorney may not assist a signer to draft, prepare, select, complete or understand a document or transaction.

· A notary public may not notarize a document that is incomplete. If presented with a document for notarization, which the notary public knows from his or her experience to be incomplete or is without doubt on its face incomplete, the notary public must refuse to notarize the document

· If a notary public is unable to communicate with a customer, the customer should be referred to a notary public who speaks the customer’s language. An interpreter should not be used as vital information could be lost in the translation.