US notary public who can supply 2 witnesses (~Taipei)

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US notary public who can supply 2 witnesses (~Taipei)

Postby pilam99 » 20 Jul 2010, 15:03

AIT will not allow staffers to bear witness. I need 2. I don't want to ask people I know to take a day off of work to watch me sign a document. On top of that, AIT charges $50 which is nuts.

Anyone find any other prospects? My bank in the States would do it for free and supply a dozen witnesses if needed.
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Re: US notary public who can supply 2 witnesses (~Taipei)

Postby sandman » 20 Jul 2010, 15:05

pilam99 wrote:AIT will not allow staffers to bear witness. I need 2. I don't want to ask people I know to take a day off of work to watch me sign a document. On top of that, AIT charges $50 which is nuts.

Anyone find any other prospects? My bank in the States would do it for free and supply a dozen witnesses if needed.

Do it through the US bank would seem the obvious choice in that case.
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Re: US notary public who can supply 2 witnesses (~Taipei)

Postby NoLoaban » 20 Jul 2010, 20:32

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