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Form Form 186 (notary public title, singature in Latin characters, and other issues)

Hi everyone!
Just want to know what doea SIGNATURE in LATIN CHARACTERS mean? it is on my FORM 186 which I have to get signed by the Notary public..and what about the Title portion? do I need a seal on the title column?
Please if anyone know about it, plz help me.
And also does the size of Form 186 matters? when I printed it its in very small fonts and the lower portion says "Yes,I have printed this certification of identification form"..I have to cut it right??
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Hey! (My english is not very good)
In the part where Signature in latin Characters is, just put your Name and last names. The title portion of the 186 form: that part is fot the Notary- public to fill. The size of the form: is usually small, mine was and i didnt have any problems with it. i hope this will help....
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The notary public should sign it and put his/her seal in the title box. The seal mentioning his/her name and certification number.
For more information read here
Notarizing Form 186, signature and title
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For more information about this issue
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Signature In Latin Characters in Form 186
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Default Size of Form 186 print out

I don't think there's a problem if your print out is looking smaller the size of the paper. You don't need to cut the extra borders, just leave it as it is.
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Thanks a lot.
One thing more..can any Notary public in Canada can do signature in Latin characters?
And as Sabio said in the thread u mentioned, I just have to give upward strokes to my current signature? I also searched on the internet to see how I can do a signature in latin characters but still unclear..
Sorry for bothering so much.
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The signature is your signature (not the notary public signature) so it does not matter in which part of the world you notarized it, it's your signature. Yes, Canadian notaries can do it for you as well as any other notary in any country.

A latin character means, English Language character. Most US doctors have singatures that are simply their names written in English in a quick style.

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Form 186 (notary public title, singature in Latin characters, and other issues)-mac-128k-case-signatures-medium.jpg
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Thanks a lot steptaker. God bless you. This forum is awesome and all members and administrates are realllyyyy helpful..
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