Are you looking to Notarize Your Signature on a Cori Form (Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) Acknowledgement Form) for a new job, volunteer opportunity, or recertification? Our Notary service both In-office and Mobile Service can help you Notarize your CORI Check Form. It is important that you do not sign the form until you are in the presence of a notary public so they can verify your identity and stamp your seal on the document.
In Massachusetts, the Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) is a record of an individual’s criminal history in the state. If you need to notarize a CORI form, you will need to have it signed in the presence of a notary public. Here are the steps you can follow to have a CORI form notarized in Massachusetts:
- Find a notary public: You can find a notary public. You can also search online for a notary public in your area.
- Bring your identification: You will need to bring a valid government-issued ID, such as a driver’s license or passport, to show to the notary.
- Sign the CORI form: Make sure that you sign the CORI form in front of the notary.
- Have the notary witness your signature: The notary will need to witness your signature on the CORI form and will then sign and stamp the form to certify that you were the one who signed it.
- Keep a copy for your records: It is a good idea to keep a copy of the notarized CORI form for your own records.
It is important to note that notarization does not verify the accuracy or authenticity of the information on the CORI form. It simply confirms that the signature on the form is genuine and was made in the presence of the notary.
What Is A CORI Check Form
CRIMINAL OFFENDER RECORD INFORMATION (CORI)ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM. TO BE USED BY ORGANIZATIONS CONDUCTING CHECKS FOR EMPLOYMENT, VOLUNTEER, SUBCONTRACTOR, LICENSING, AND HOUSING PURPOSES. The Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, Securities Division is registered under the provisions of MASS. The Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) form is a document used in the state of Massachusetts to request an individual’s criminal history record. The CORI form is used by employers, landlords, and other organizations to conduct background checks on individuals.
In Massachusetts, the CORI form is managed by the Criminal History Systems Board (CHSB), which is a state agency responsible for maintaining and disseminating criminal history information. The CHSB maintains a database of criminal records for all individuals who have been arrested or convicted in Massachusetts. To request a CORI form, you will need to fill out an application and submit it to the CHSB. The application will require you to provide personal information, such as your name, date of birth, and social security number. You will also need to provide the reason for the CORI request, such as for employment or housing purposes.
Once the application is approved, the CHSB will provide you with a copy of the individual’s CORI form, which will include information about their criminal history in Massachusetts, including any arrests, convictions, and sentences. It is important to note that CORI information is subject to strict confidentiality and privacy laws in Massachusetts, and it can only be accessed by authorized individuals or organizations for specific purposes.
Where Do I Notarize My CORI Form?
A CORI Check form is one of the background check forms you will need to complete in order to qualify for a job or volunteer position. You will be giving your potential employer authorization to run your criminal background check. You can have the form notarized at our Neighborhood Parcel of Tewksbury MA or schedule service at your office, home, or any public place using our Mobile Notary Service
Area residents and businesses have been using our Notary service for over a decade, we offer in-office and Mobile Services where we send our mobile notary signing agents to your office, home, hospital, or any public place to notarize your documents. We proudly serve the Merrimack Valley, Acton, Arlington, Lowell, Andover, Billerica, Chelmsford, Concord, Boston, Boxford, Bedford, Burlington, Dracut, Framingham, Gardner, Leominster, Malden, Medford, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro, Waltham, Stoneham, Reading, North Reading, Wilmington, Woburn, and Worcester County in Massachusetts. To get started, please give us a call to schedule your appointment, at (978)851-0199 or contact us here.
You Need To Sign The Cori Form In Front On Our Notary Public
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