Notary in Jerusalem
Notary in Jerusalem
Notary in Jerusalem
Notarized Signature Authentication
Arguably, the most common form of notarization is the signature authentication. The client meets the Notary in Jerusalem with his/her identification (either a Teduat Zehut or Passport – any passport from any country is fine as long as it is not expired and the name matches the name on the document). The client signs on the document, and the Notary notarizes it. Below are some common examples of signature authentication notarizations:
Authentication of signature notarizations for real estate closing in America
Irrevocable Power of Attorney Notarizations to the bank for Mortgages
Irrevocable Power of Attorney Notarizations to a Building Contractor
General Power of Attorney Notarizations
Authentication of signature for the purposes of one parent travelling with minor.
One of the most common needs for a Notary in Jerusalem are for notarized translations. At Mister Notary, we make things very simple by having our clients simply email us their documents that require translating. We then translate the document and notarize it, such that by the time we meet, all the work is completed. We translate to and from virtually every language including Hebrew, English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Dutch, Flemish, French, Chinese and more! Below are some common types of notarized translations:
1. Notarized Translations of marriage certificates
2. Notarized Translations of Divorce certificates and “Get”
3. Notarized Translations of Matriculation Certificates (“Bagrut”)
4. Notarized Translation of Academic Transcripts
5. Notarized Translation of Population Registry Documents (“Tamzit Rishum”)
6. Notarized Translation of Certificate of Name Changes
7. Notarized Translation of bills/invoices for proof of address
8. Notarized Translation of driving/driver’s licence
Individuals and Businesses commonly require the services of a Notary in Jerusalem to certify copies of documents for a variety of purposes. In order to certify, also known as notarizing, a document as a true copy, you must present the original of the document to the Notary in Jerusalem. Notarized true copies often go hand in hand with notarized translations and, in Israel, can usually be accomplished in the same notarization. Below are some common examples of notarizing/certifying copies.
Notarized true copy of a Passport
Notarized true copy of a bill or invoice or some other document to confirm an address
Notarized true copy of an academic degree or transcript
How Much Does a Notary in Jerusalem cost?
The most common question we get asked is “How much does a Notary in Jerusalem cost?”
Fortunately, the answer is not complicated because the fees for notarizing in Israel are fixed by the Ministry of Justice. For example, say you need a Notary in Jerusalem to authenticate your signature. Well, as of 2019, the fee for one signature on one document is 167 NIS + VAT (17% Value Added Tax) for a total of 195 NIS.
To see the entire fee schedule, click here. Note, the fee schedule is in Hebrew, but feel free to contact us for a specific quote.
Why use the services of Mister Notary?
The next most common question based on the above is, “If all Notary fees are fixed by the Ministry of Justice, then why use Mister Notary”?
While this is a very fair question, the very simple answer is that there are at least 5 good reasons:
- Mobile Service – Mister Notary offers a mobile notarization service.
- Fluent English – Our Notary in Jerusalem is Anglo-Born and fluent in English.
- Efficiency – Mister Notary prides itself on fast, effective and efficient service. Our average meeting is 10 minutes max.
- Expertise – We are the only firm dedicated exclusively to notarizing and translating only.
- Perfect Record – Check out our Google Maps 5 Star rating here!
What do I need to bring to the Notary in Jerusalem?
The answer to this depends on what type of notarization you are seeking from the Notary in Jerusalem. If it’s a signature authentication, you will need to bring the document, of course, as well as your Identity Booklet (Teudat Zehut) or Passport. A Driver’s Licence is NOT accepted in Israel. If a certified copy, you only need to bring the original document. If a translation, you can simply email us the document to get started on the translation, and when completed, you can then come in with the original document.