Virtually any document that can be notarized in person can be notarized remotely, with a few exceptions:
- Self-proving Wills and codicils.
- Non-Self Proving Wills and codicils to be used in states other than Florida or Nevada.
- Testamentary Trusts and any amendments to Trusts, and Inter-Vivos Trusts to be used in states other than Florida or Nevada.
- I-9 Forms.
- Certified true copies of birth, marriage, or death certificates, or court-issued documents.
- Documents intended for use outside the United States.
- Documents in which the notary is named or has a beneficial interest.
- Documents containing pictures of children.