Mississippi Online Notary Services

Get your personal or business documents notarized in Mississippi

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For Individuals Online Notarization is Legal in All 50 States

Your notary may come from another state.

Seal Online Any Document

Signers can notarize online the majority of documents traditional notaries seal. It includes POA, bills of sale, tax returns, and many more.

Accepted by Mississippi Counties

More and more counties now accept documents notarized online. To be certain, see the document instructions or check with your county clerk.

How does OneNotary work?

STEP 1 Fill in your email and press the Start button
STEP 2 Follow the link in the email invitation and upload the document for notarization
STEP 3 Identify yourself by answering questions from your history
STEP 4 Meet your notary online for a notarization session
STEP 5 Download the Notarized Documents


$ 25 .00

Single document online notarization with one notary certificate

+$10 for every additional certificate

Full Service

The platform provides forms, notarization services, and a digital copy. One platform – one easy to use notarized document


The platform provides forms, notarization services, and a digital copy. One platform – one easy to use notarized document


The platform provides forms, notarization services, and a digital copy. One platform – one easy to use notarized document

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The platform provides forms, notarization services, and a digital copy. One platform – one easy to use notarized document

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an online notary?

If you are looking to get a document notarized in Mississippi, online notarization in Mississippi could be an option. An online notary is someone who performs the same tasks as an in-person notary, but they do it using videoconferencing technology. An online notary is still a certified public notary who can help with a variety of documents.

Is online notary legal in Mississippi?

Yes, online notary services are legal in the state of Mississippi. Take a look at the details of your document to make sure you understand exactly what has to happen. An online notary should walk you through the same steps as a public notary, but they will simply do it using videoconferencing technology.

What documents can be notarized on OneNotary?

There are lots of documents that can be notarized using OneNotary. For example, you may need to get educational transcripts notarized for application purposes. Or, you may have to get real estate documents notarized for an important transaction. If you have legal documents that need to get notarized, an online notary can help you with this as well.

How to get something notarized in Mississippi online?

If you want to get something notarized online in Mississippi, there are several steps to follow. First, you need to take a look at a service such as OneNotary and select an available appointment time. Then, you need to sign up for that appointment and wait for an email confirmation. Use the email confirmation to upload the documents that need to get notarized. Prior to your notary session, you may need to go through a few steps to verify your identity as well. When it is time for your appointment, use videoconferencing technology to communicate with the online notary. They will walk you through the steps to complete the process. After the appointment, you should receive an email when it is time for your notarized documents to be downloaded.

How does OneNotary perform ID verification and credential analysis?

There are several steps that OneNotary uses to verify the identity of the person meeting with the notary. The individual will need to photograph the front and back of their driver’s license. All of this is run through an encrypted channel where the documents are analyzed in multiple ways to confirm the person is who they say they are.

What happens during an online notarization session?

During an online notary session, the online notary is going to walk you through the same process as he or she would in person. It is the job of the online notary to make sure you are who you say you are. The online notary is also responsible for making sure you understand the implications of the documents you are signing. Finally, the online notary will also make sure you are entering into this agreement of your own free will and volition. The steps should be the same when you go through the process virtually.

How do I download the notarized document?

Once the session is done, you will wait a few minutes for the notary to complete the notarization process. When it is time for you to download the notarized document, you should receive an email with a link. Then, you can use the secure link to download the notarized document. You will then be free to submit the document to whatever entity you would like.

How much can an online notary charge in Mississippi?

Notary fees in the state of Mississippi are set by the government. In accordance with laws in the state of Mississippi, a notary public can charge as much as $10 for each notarial act. There are additional fees that might be charged related to travel and prep, so make sure you have total transparency regarding how much money you need to pay before you sign up for a session.

Why should you get a document notarized virtually?

There are numerous benefits that come with getting a document notarized virtually. First, you don’t have to spend time driving from place to place looking for a public notary. You also don’t have to wait in line to see a notary when you find one. Second, you can work with a notary on your own schedule. You don’t have to worry about taking time off of work to meet with a notary. Finally, you might also save money because you don’t have to spend money on gas driving from place to place. Getting your document notarized virtually is more efficient than locating a notary in person.


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