Notarizing of certain types of applications is important to concerned parties. It serves the purpose of authenticating identity and authenticating information. This is customarily conducted for applications, and in some instances examinations, within certain professions and for certain professional associations, but is not limited to these cases.
The applications we notarize include, but are not limited to: Certified Public Accountant (CPA) application; applications for the College of Physicians and Surgeons; applications for engineering associations, such as the Association of Architects; and, personal applications, such as a change of name application.
There are various forms of letters that require notarization for various purposes. These often render information trustworthy, render an action legal, and at times authenticate the will of parties concerned. The letters we notarize include, but are not limited to: Letters of appointment for foreign countries; consent to travel letters and documents; letters of invitation.