Is Remote Online Notarization legal in my State?

RON Solutions with Secured Signing

Secured Signing: Supported States and Available Solutions for Notaries

In today’s fast-paced world, embracing technology and digital with secure solutions is essential for businesses and individuals. Remote Online Notarization (RON) is a prime example of a technology-driven solution because this can save you time, money, and a great deal of hassle.  Secured Signing’s digital notarization platform, has harnessed the power of RON to provide a versatile, paper-free notarization experience, whether you’re in the same room or miles apart. 

The All-in-One Solution: Secured Signing 

Secured Signing is more than just a notarization platform; it is a significant change. This all-in-one solution is designed to streamline the notarization process, for example, making it more efficient, secure, and cost-effective. With Secured Signing, you can bid farewell to the time-consuming paperwork and embrace a digital future.

The benefits of using Secured Signing RON system are manifold: 

  • Efficiency: Remote Online notarization, RON, enables notaries to complete transactions more efficiently, saving time and reducing the hassle associated with traditional notarization. 
  • Cost Savings: RON can significantly reduce travel time and paperwork expenses for notaries and clients. 
  • Enhanced Accessibility: RON allows notaries to serve clients across State broader geographical area, providing greater convenience to clients and expanding their market reach. 
  • Live Video Signing Session: The video signing session feature allows notaries to connect with clients in a more personal and interactive way. It’s as close to an in-person meeting as you can get, fostering trust and rapport in the digital realm. 
  • Sign and seal your clients’ documents with IPEN: In-person electronic notarization is the modern way to notarize your important documents, offering the convenience of electronic signatures with the added security of in-person verification. 

Is remote online notarization legal in my State?

One common question that arises when discussing RON is, “In which state is remote online notarization legal?” The answer varies depending on the jurisdiction. RON, the platform powered by Secured Signing, is currently only available in the United States and Canada.
Secured Signing is happy to announce that we meet the following States statutory requirements to offer our electronic notarization platform to notaries in the following States: 

  • Alaska  
  • Arizona  
  • Arkansas  
  • California IPEN only  
  • Canada
  • Colorado  
  • Connecticut  
  • Delaware  
  • District of Columbia IPEN only  
  • Florida
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Kansas 
  • Kentucky 
  • Maryland 
  • Michigan 
  • Minnesota 
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • New Hampshire
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania 
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia  
  • Washington  
  • West Virginia 
  • Wisconsin 
  • Wyoming  

The above states are where Secured Signing has gained such approval. 

Secured Signing meets statutory requirements and please take note that some of these states may require notaries public to obtain their own digital certificate before conducting a valid remote online notarization, such as IdenTrust. Be sure to verify the specific current requirements and regulations in your State. 

In summary, Secured Signing’s innovative digital notarization platform is a cost-effective, efficient, and secure solution for individuals and businesses. With the ability to notarize documents remotely or in person and the added feature of video signing, it offers an enhanced customer experience.  

As technology continues to evolve, more states are likely to embrace this modern approach to notarization, so stay tuned for updates on additional supported states.