Notary Services

Personal Notary Services

Bank Instruction Letters

Going to Work Abroad

Powers of Attorney that can be used worldwide

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International Affidavits/ Statutory Declarations

Sworn Statements and Depositions to Marriage Certificates

Lost Passports

Permission for Children to Travel with a Lone Parent

Certification of copy documents such as degrees, passports

Notarising foreign wills

Change of name documents, Deed Polls etc.

Sponsorship – visits or settlement

Preparing and witnessing documents

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Witness Statements

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Application Forms

Witnessing documents dealing with documents for the purchase or sale of land and property overseas

Notarising Foreign Adoption application requirements

Verifying the translation of documents using a translator

Taking evidence known as depositions in England & Wales for use in legal proceedings abroad

Authenticating the signing of an Acknowledgment for use in the United States of America

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Providing Notarised copies and Certificates of Law

Business Notary Services

Notarising corporate Powers of Attorney

Authenticating corporate documents for UK or foreign companies

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Certifying company documents such as Resolutions, Minutes, Accounts and Reports, Certificates of Incorporation, Memorandum and Articles of Association

Authenticating documents to assist in the opening of corporate branch offices and bank accounts within the UK or abroad

Certificates of Good Standing

Certificates of Law

Application Forms

Certification of copy documents such as, Passports

Trademark Assignments

Notarising commercial mortgages/ Loan Agreements

Share Pledges

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Witness Statements

Attesting and authenticating the signature and execution of documents

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Taking evidence known as depositions in England & Wales for use in foreign courts

Authenticating the signing of an Acknowledgment for use in the United States of America

Dealing with shipping documentation including the registration of vessels and ship protests

Property Purchases

Bills of Sale

Maritime Bills of Sale

Ship Mortgages

At Notary Public London – M M Karim we cater for all personal and business notary services which includes all of the following but is not limited to:

Personal Notary Services

Bank Instruction Letters
Powers of Attorney that can be used worldwide
International Affidavits/ Statutory Declarations
Sworn Statements and Depositions to Marriage Certificates
Lost Passports
Permission for Children to Travel with a Lone Parent/Guardian
Certification of copy documents such as degrees, passports
Notarising foreign wills
Change of name documents, Deed Polls etc.
Sponsorship – visits or settlement, Preparing and witnessing documents, Witness Statements, Application Forms
Witnessing documents dealing with documents for the purchase or sale of land and property overseas
Notarising Foreign Adoption application requirements
Verifying the translation of documents using a translator
Taking evidence known as depositions in England & Wales for use in legal proceedings abroad
Authenticating the signing of an Acknowledgment for use in the United States of America
Providing Notarised copies and Certificates of Law.

The above list is not intended to be an exhaustive one. Please contact me for any specific requirements you may have. I am able to notarise all types of documents.

Business Notary Services

Notarising corporate Powers of Attorney
Authenticating corporate documents for UK or foreign companies
Certifying company documents such as Resolutions, Minutes, Accounts and Reports, Certificates of Incorporation, Memorandum and Articles of Association
Authenticating documents to assist in the opening of corporate branch offices and bank accounts within the UK or abroad, Certificates of Good Standing, Certificates of Law, Application Forms
Certification of copy documents such as, Passports, Trademark Assignments, Notarising commercial mortgages/ Loan Agreements, Share Pledges, Witness Statements
Attesting and authenticating the signature and execution of documents
Taking evidence known as depositions in England & Wales for use in foreign courts
Authenticating the signing of an Acknowledgment for use in the United States of America
Dealing with shipping documentation including the registration of vessels and ship protests
Property Purchases
Bills of Sale
Maritime Bills of Sale
Ship Mortgages.

The above list is not intended to be an exhaustive one. Please contact me for any specific requirements you may have. I am able to notarise all types of documents.

Certified Copy

If you are in need of certifying copies of passports, academic qualifications and so on, we have the registered qualifications to verify and certify the copies you need. I deal with all identity related documents including passports, utility bills, government issued identity cards, driving licences and bank statements to list a few. Notarising documents will allow yourself to open banks abroad, deal with your pension and taxes while out of the country and obtain visas.

Please make contact by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com), phone on 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414. I am also contactable via WhatsApp.

Company Documents

Any company in England or Wales executing documents to foreign authority will have a number of documents that require notarising. Some include contracts, resolutions and powers of attorney application forms or Company House documents. My role as a notary would be to ensure the document is reliable for foreign authority, notaries or any third party in order for successful transaction to take place. As a notary I can certify:
-The name and personal details of the individual who signs on behalf of the company.
-How the person in detail is connected to the company.
-That the signatory is of sound mind while signing the documents and fully comprehends the content and effect of the document.
-The current standing and important details of the company.
-That the document has been executed properly by the company through the following of English Law.
There are several rules regarding the signing of documents for a company. It is my job as a notary to ensure thorough scrutiny of the necessary rules for successful notarisation.

In addition to legislations relating to powers of attorney, legal provisions that deal with entities (such as limited liability partnerships and companies registered abroad) and other general rules as outlined in companies acts 2006, few UK companies can have their own internal rules which can force methods of execution of documents to become more restrictive. It is possible for example, that a company will have a rule that a number of directors will need to sign for corporate powers or attorneys.
This will require me to effectively inspect the individuals signing the document until I am satisfied that correct protocol has been used. After confirming necessary information, I will prepare the notarial certificate. This certificate will be issued with my signature and seal bound securely to the document.

In all above situations, I will provide meticulous guidance regarding the whole of legislation procedure. If you are in need of authenticating company documents, regardless of whether you are an individual or corporate company please make contact by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com), phone on 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414. I am also contactable via WhatsApp.

Power of Attorney Considerations

A Power of Attorney is a document that allows one person to act on behalf of another. Considerations in this area range from a business level to more personal level such as buying a house. Despite the modern worlds advances in technology such as e-signatures and online banking, there are many situations where the physical presence is required for consent and signing. If for example you have bought a property in a European country, a notary will need to be present when documents are signed. However, a step further needs to be taken when a property is bought overseas or you wish to sell current property that you have overseas without making the travel to the country yourself. In such situations, you may appoint a notary to act on your behalf by authority granted by means of Power of Attorney.
Though Power of Attorney can be granted to anyone you wish, turning to me as a notary will mean that I can liaise with overseas agents to draft a Power of Attorney that will ensure the most minimum and necessary conduct to notarise and legalise existing documents for the business at hand. After meeting you in person, I can certify the identity and signature of the grantor. I will place my own signature and seal on the Power of Attorney or the certificate attached. This will make the document reliable for foreign authorities as they can trust that the document has been executed by the correct person. Furthermore, I can help with any additional steps that may be required such as needing to have Power of Attorney legalised by FCO or relevant embassy before documents are sent to foreign country. Powers of Attorney executed in England and Wales are regulated by the Powers of Attorney Act 1971.

For more information please make contact by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com), phone on 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414. I am also contactable via WhatsApp.

Consent to Travel for Minors

When travelling, one of the prime concerns of most government is the safety of travelling minors. It is therefore becoming an increasingly regular requirement across countries to demand proof of parental or guardian permission for a travelling child. This is a requirement for when one parent is not travelling with the child (even though the other is) or when the child is left at the airport by parents or guardians under care of airline for duration of flight. When travelling, it is important that parents make enquiries with their airline and travel agent to find out the country’s rules regarding parental consent. If a notarised consent is required, my certification will need to complement with the Apostille issued by the FCO and on some occasions, with a consular legislation. After this confirmation, I will be able to offer the correct advice and organise the necessary procedures for you. Proof of identity and proof of connection to the child in question will be required.

Please make contact by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com), phone on 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414. I am also contactable via WhatsApp.

Getting married outside the UK

Each country has its own laws for celebration and registration of marriage. In addition to the usual Visa procedures, it is common for a notary official to be required for preparation of documents that need to be submitted to location of wedding. Typical requirements include proof of identity such as birth certificates and proof of dissolution of previous marriage if you have been married before. If you were born in the UK, it is easy to obtain a copy of your birth certificate online you have been married before, they could ask for proof of the dissolution of the previous marriage, such as a divorce decree issued by a county court.Most foreign countries will also demand a document proving you are free to marry such as a ‘certificate of non-impediment to marry’ (which is issued in the UK by your local register). Many countries also accept a sworn ‘affidavit of single status’ that both parties sign and this cannot be signed without the presence of a notary. A notary will also need to legalise the Certificate making Decree Absolute if previously married or a Death Certificate where applicable.

As foreign countries will not be English speaking, translations will often be required. These translations will need to be certified or notarised. The FCO will need to legalise your documents if you are a UK citizen marrying in a country party to the Hague convention of 1961. However, if you are getting married in a country that is not a member of the convention, the consulate or embassy in London will need to stamp the documents. This complex process will normally begin with me certifying the documents as a notary public and following with advising and handling the legislation procedures regarding this matter for you.

If you are a UK citizen and you are getting married in a country which is a party to the Hague Convention of 1961, your documents will probably need to be legalised by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. For countries that are not members of the Convention (e.g. UAE or China), you may also need to send the documents to their consulate or embassy in London, who will add their own stamp. In some cases, the first step of the process is to have the documents certified by me as a notary public, and I will then normally also be able to advise about legalisation procedures and handle the legalisation process for you. The UK government publishes a useful guide, which is updated regularly, to help couples find out the usual documentation requirements when planning to get married in a particular country. You can check the guide out at https://www.gov.uk/marriage-abroad.

If you are considering getting married abroad please do make contact by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com), phone on 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414. I am also contactable via WhatsApp.

Academic Qualifications/Certificates

In the modern world, most people qualify with intention to work abroad. There are very important preparations and practical actions that need to take place through this process of transition. There is a need for certification and legalisation of documents for successful application of visa in addition to a need for notarising educational qualifications such as degree or master’s certificate.
Firstly, my job will be to verify the authenticity of such documents which will involve contacting the institution’s record’s department for confirmation of issuing of document. I will need you to sign a consent letter to allow me to contact the institution’s on your behalf in accordance to the Data Protection Act. Once verified, I will provide my signature and seal to a notarial certificate which will confirm that the document is a true copy of original certificate. In some cases however, a notarised certificate will not be enough; some receiving institutes require a new certificate for their own records so it is best to enquire with the receiving party what is needed.
The next step will be the legalisation. Translation may also be necessary depending on where the document is going. In most cases, when translation is required, the receiving party would need a sworn translation that will have to be certified by myself as a notary.

If you are considering moving abroad and require academic qualifications/certificates notarised please do make contact by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com), phone on 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414. I am also contactable via WhatsApp.

 

Indian OCI Card Application

I have continuous contact with the Asian community working in East London. Consequently, I have many Indian clients requiring the notarising of documents for India. An Overseas Citizen of India Card (OCI Card) is a multiple entry visa which allows the client to have an unlimited travel and stay in India for the remainder of their life.

In order for a notary client to be eligible for an OCI card, you must meet one of the following criteria:
– You are eligible to become a citizen of India after 26 January 1950
-You are a citizen of India on or any time after 26 January 1950
-You belong to a territory that became part f India after 15 August 1947.

In order to obtain an OCI card from 2nd March 2015, the client will be required to fill out an application from the VFS centres for OCI services. The following original documents will be necessary to bring with you:
-Birth certificate
-Naturalisation certificate
-A copy of your old Indian passport
-School leaver certificate.

As a notary I can certify and notarise copies of the above and all supporting paperwork for your application. You may also need a notarised affidavit swearing that you have never held an Indian Passport simultaneous to holding a British Passport. I can provide this service for you. I can also assist you in converting your PIO card to an OCI (Further information on OCI cards is available from the website of the Indian High Commission in London at https://www.hcilondon.in/pages.php?id=37.

In order to qualify for an OCI card you may require a notarised affidavit swearing that you have never held an Indian Passport at the same time as holding a British Passport. As a Notary Public I can notarise the Affidavit as well as certify and notarise copies of all supporting paperwork used within your application.

If you are considering applying for an OCI Card please do make contact by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com), phone on 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414. I am also contactable via WhatsApp.

Doctors, Nurses and Teachers relocating abroad?

As a Notary Public based in London, my office is in close proximity to tube and bus lines. It is a common occurrence for me to assist doctors, medical staff and teachers wishing to move abroad. As a notary, my job is to provide a smooth administrative process for easy transition and I have been successful in assisting many people of such professions to make their move.
Book an appointment with me and I can inform you of necessary original documents to bring with you for notarising. I am usually able to notarise relevant documents within a day and follow through by certifying each document as a true copy of the original. I will then seal and stamp the certified documents.

For further details or to book an appointment please contact me by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com), phone on 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414. I am also contactable via WhatsApp.

Moving Abroad to Work?

Moving abroad for work can be a very exciting process but at the same time, it must be a legally meticulous process. The initial stage for me as a notary will be to verify, certify and legalise your personal and academic certificates. The UAE is so particular about necessary documents that the absence of any can result to a rejected application. Thus it is vital that you bring with you:
1) Passport (with at least 6 months validity).
2) Every member of the family must have their individual passports (If you are accompanied by any of them)
3)No Israel Visa entry on the passport
4)Marriage certificate (If your spouse will accompany you)
5) A letter of certified, notarised and attested letter of consent by father of children if you are a female and plan to take child/children with you.
6) Notarised copies of necessary academic certificates.

I have great experience in assisting my clients to take all necessary procedures when travelling to any country for purposes of work. If you are in need of this service or would like more information, please contact me by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com), phone on 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414. I am also contactable via WhatsApp.

Urgent & Mobile Notary Services

We provide mobile services for all corporate and individuals based in London. If this is required please request mobile notary public services by email (muhammad.karim@mk-notarypublic.com) or by calling 020 3817 7502 or mobile 07957 364 414, or WhatsApp. Travelling to clients’ designated addresses will incur extra costs.


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