Notary Bulletin How Do I Notarize For A UN Official? By Kelle Clarke on July 16, 2014 in Hotline Tips I have to notarize a document for a UN official. Do I ask for UN official ID only? – D.A., New York, NY New York State only requires a Notary either to personally know or have satisfactory evidence of a signer’s identity, but does not define satisfactory evidence (Real Property Law, Section 303). The best IDs have three components: a photograph, a signature and a physical description. Generally reliable forms of identification include: New York driver’s license or official nondriver’s ID; a driver’s license or non-driver ID from any other U.S. state; U.S. and foreign passports; U.S. military ID; or permanent resident card (or ‘green card’) issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Hotline answers are based on the laws in the state where the question originated and may not reflect the laws of other states. If in doubt, always refer to your own state statutes. – The Editors Kelle Clarke is a Contributing Editor with the National Notary Association. Confronted with a tricky notarization? Unsure how to proceed? NNA members have unlimited access to our expertly trained NNA Hotline counselors to help you with all of your notarial questions. Call (888) 876-0827,Monday through Friday, 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. PST; Saturday, 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST Email Share CommentsAdd your commentBlanca E Thompson18 Jul 2014Excellent article about acceptable forms of IDs. Thank you.mobilenotaryofne17 Jul 2014I did a home purchase for a minor official in a south American embassy, actually a cultural envoy of some kind. He lacked most of the documents needed for the purchase, including evidence of SS number, immegrent status, credit history and info for the Patriot Act. I wonder if he got his loan?Leave a Comment Required * Name * Email *(for verfication purposes only) Comment * Enter the text shown in this image *(text is case sensitive)All comments are reviewed and if approved, will display.