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Finger Printing Services in Ocala Florida

Mobile Fingerprint Services 

Serving All of Marion, Lake, Sumter, Citrus, & Levy Counties In Person
Mobile Notary & Fingerprinting Services

Ocala Florida:  34470, 34471, 34472, 34473, 34474, 34475, 34476, 34479, 34480, 34481, 34482
Belleview: 34420, 34421
The Villages, Florida: 32159, 32162, 32163
Silver Springs, Florida: 34488, 34489
Dunnellon, Florida: 34431, 34432, 34433, 34434
Oxford Florida: 34484
Hernando Florida: 34442
Crystal River Florida:34429

Notary & Fingerprinting Services

General Public


Bill of Sale

Car Titles



Do Not Resuscitate

Fingerprinting Services



Guardianship Verification

I9 Verification

School Forms

Minor Traveling


Divorce Settlement

Unclaimed Property Forms




Care Facilities

Rehab Centers


Life Care Planning

Attorney Firms



Power of Attorney

Trust Signings

Life Care Planning

Real Estate

Personal Injury



Real Estate






New Construction

Hard Money

Reverse Mortgage

Title, Escrow, Signing Agencies, and Attorneys are Allowed 30 - 45 Days to Pay. I Offer to the General Public the Following Methods of Payment at the Time of Service:

Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services

I am proud to offer Mobile Fingerprinting Services to my community in Marion County Florida by way of Ocala. 

I also service Lake, Sumter, Citrus, Levy, Hernando, Putnam, and Alachaua Counties.

Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services

Call Now: 352-497-8201


Important Notes for Getting a Notarization in Florida

How Do I Get a Document Notarized in Florida?

In the Great State of Florida any signer wishing to have a document Notarized must have a US Driver's License, a United States Passport, Armed Forces Military ID, or an approved government issued ID unless the signer is personally known to the Notary Public performing the document notarization. Please note in case by which Military ID's must be photocopied to accompany a Notarized document that it is illegal to copy Military IDs for the Notary and for the Signer. (See

The signer of the document must be coherent, understand the document, and willing to sign the document in front of the Notary with no guidance from any exterior parties or forces. 

In the event you do not have an acceptable form of identification to have a document Notarized in Florida- you may present two credible witnesses that in fact have acceptable forms of ID for themselves and are willing to take an oath that you are who you say you are.

What Types of Documents Can Be Notarized in the State of Florida?

You may have any document you wish Notarized in the State of Florida, however, there are certain documents such as vital records (like Birth and Death Certificates) that must be notarized by the governing agency that issues them. You may always check with your Notary prior to presenting the document to be notarized if the document can be notarized. 

The most common types of documents requested to be notarized are Affidavits, Car Titles, Financial Power of Attorney Forms, Lien Release Forms, Loan Documents, Medical Power of Attorney Forms, Minor Consent to Travel Forms, Real Estate Documents, Trust Documents or Documentation, Power of Attorney Forms, Wills, and more!

Where Can I Have a Document Notarized in Florida?

Very few places offer Notary Services anymore within the State of Florida. Most Notaries offer Mobile Notary Services by which they travel to their clients. Mobile Notaries may travel to you home, place of work/business, hospitals, jails, senior care facilities, rehab centers, churches, local restaurants or coffee shops. Mobile Notaries Public can generally meet you anywhere you wish. Learn more about the most commonly notarized documents in Florida by clicking here.

How Much Does It Cost to Have a Document Notarized in Florida?

The State of Florida's per notarial act for Mobile Notary Services signers may be subject to mileage, travel, or time fees in addition to the notarial act fees. 

How Old Do I Have to Be to Get Documents Notarized in Florida?

You may be any age to have a document Notarized as long as you are capable of understanding the document itself. For minors under the age of 16 who may not have a State Issued Government ID or Driver's License they may use a United States Passport or a Credible Witness as ID Verification. 

   What do I need to have for my fingerprinting appointment?

You need a valid state or federally issued form of identification so we can prove your identity. A valid driver’s license or passport is acceptable. You will also need the ORI# or Agency code for submission. Your employer should provide the code.

   What is Ink Fingerprinting?

  • Ink fingerprinting is a traditional method where ink is applied to each of your fingers, which are then rolled across a fingerprint card to obtain your prints.

  • It’s a manual process that involves using ink and paper cards.

   Why Do You Need an ORI number?

  • When the FDLE runs a background check, they need to know why you need it and which agency should receive the results. This is where the ORI code comes in.

  • An ORI number indicates which state department will process your fingerprints.

  • Typically, ORI numbers start with 2-5 letters followed by numbers, forming a 9-digit code.

  1. How to Obtain Your ORI Number: 

  2. If you’re unsure of your ORI number, contact your originating agency, employer, or volunteer organization.

  3. You can also reach out to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) at 1-800-226-8378 to obtain and apply for an ORI number.

  4. What Is an OCA Number?

  5. The Originating Agency Case Number (OCA) is often combined with the ORI 

Got More Questions? Call Now: 352-497-8201

Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
Ocala Florida Fingerprinting Services
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