Bring to the notary your original Green Card, a photo copy of it and a valid ID, such as your driver license or passport. Then follow one of the options stated below:
The notary should certify copy of a document by writing ‘TRUE COPY’ and putting his/her signature, seal and stamp preferably on the copy itself.
However, if your state law does not permit copy of the document to be notarized on the face of it, please obtain and attach certificate on the following lines:
---TEAR OFF THIS CERTIFICATE AND PASTE TO COPY OF THE DOCUMENT BEING NOTARIZED---
State of ___________
County of ___________
On this _______ day of ______________ (month and
year), I certify that the preceding or attached document is a true, exact, complete,
and unaltered photocopy from the original document of _____________________
(description of document), presented to me by the document’s custodian ________________________________ (name of custodian).
Notary Seal (Signature of Notary)
(Name of Notary Typed, Stamped or Printed)
Notary Public, State of ___________ My commission expires ______________
You may also write this statement on the copy of the Green Card.
"I declare this is a true, exact and unaltered photocopy of my Green Card" Then sign and date this before the notary. The notary will notarize your signature.
Many banks provide notary service. You can look for your local notary services in the phone book. Or search on yahoo by click the link: http://local.yahoo.com/results?fr=iy-text-lcl-res&stx=notary