How do I get the Texas Designation
To Obtain a Vital Record form notarized?

You will need a valid (can’t be expired) U.S driver’s license, U.S passport, U.S permanent resident card, or a U.S military ID to show a notary public that is located in any U.S state. Then they’ll watch you sign and they will sign, date, and put their notary stamp on the Texas Designation To Obtain a Vital Record form.

Once that is all done you must mail the form to us to process and file along with the three other documents that are required if you don’t use an e-notary service.

But we recommend you hire a USA online/virtual/e-notary to electronically notarize the Designation To Obtain a Vital Records form via a webcam conferencing call. If you use e-notary services you can EMAIL the notarized form to us thus avoiding having to mail the original form or any other documents to us.

If you’re living outside the U.S you will need to go to either the U.S embassy or a consulate in your country and have them notarize the Texas Designation To Obtain a Vital Record form. Then you must MAIL the original signed and notarized form to us or you can hire a U.S online/virtual notary to notarize your documents electronically so you can EMAIL the document to us.

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