eNotarization is official
in Vermont now.
Remote Online Notarization (RON) in Vermont is now legally allowed. Virtual notarization gives legal permission to notaries who hold licenses to expand their service in terms of location. They can now connect with residents of Vermont living in remote places to provide document notarization services.
As different states were enjoying the benefits of Remote Online Notarization (RON), the advantage of
online notary has been expanded to Vermont. The governor has signed House Bill 512, which allows
licensed notaries to offer virtual notary services. The bill was signed on June 2, 2022, and then the
law became effective from July 1, 2022. The notaries can sign-up for the trusted platform such as
eNotary On Call & can expand their services to signers.
They would not be required to be present at their offices to perform document and identity verification. Instead, they can verify using audio-video conferencing and secure the proof using the cloud storage technology integrated into the platform.
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The Most Common Documents That Vermont Signers
Can Notarize Are
Deed of Trust
Affidavit of Forgery
Bill of Sale
Temporary Guardianship Agreement
Notaries Can Offer Virtual Notarization using the RON platform.
With the introduction of many platforms for Remote Online Notarization in Vermont, eNotary On Call has
gained the trust of signers and notaries. Many licensed notaries specialized in notarization services to
different sectors are getting on board. Using the platform, each notary can manage their profiles, check
signers’ documents to perform verification, and put a digital signature on papers.
It offers them convenience of saving hours and also gives them the advantage of multiple documents notarization at a time. Online notarization services are making it easier for notaries to appear for verification at any time and from anywhere.
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Frequently Asked Questions
I am not a citizen of the United States, can I utilize the benefit of RON?
Yes. Remote Online Notarization services can be utilized by anyone from anywhere. Users do not have to be a citizen of the country.
Do I have to produce the resident document for using eNotary On Call?
eNotary On Call is a platform for both signers and notaries. To use the platform, you have to upload a few documents (listed on the platform) for identity verification.
How do you upload documents for verification using RON services?
The eNotary On Call platform has a feature to upload documents. You can sign-up to create your account for RON, then use the 'Add Document' feature to upload official documents for digital signature.
What is KBA (Knowledge-Based Authentication)?
KBA is used to verify the identity of signers. It adds a layer of security to verify the identity of users. KBA uses a database for background checks that gives access to login in order to proceed with the notarization process.
Is there any criterion for performing Remote Online Notarization (RON)?
To use RON services, the following mentioned points are mandatory to have or follow:
- Registration of your notary from the state
- Audio-video communication technology
- Verified government-issued IDs
- Cloud storage
- Data privacy policies