USPS Form 1583
Form 1583 is a written consent for IncFile to be able to open, sort, and forward mail received at the virtual address location. It must be notarized digitally following the notarized.com guidelines provided in the customer dashboard. Once the process is completed, the documents will be automatically provided to the customer through email and a copy will be shared with Incfile. Once this information is received, the documents will be filed under the completed documents for the Virtual Address to be working properly.
Note: The information appearing on form 1583 is that of the contact in the dashboard. To change the contact information on form 1583 simply update it in the contact section and refresh the page. This must be done before notarizing the document.
Once form 1583 is notarized and uploaded, there is no need to update the information on the form even if the contact person changes.
Acceptable IDs for the notarization process
The US Postal Service requires two forms of identification to notarize this document. Listed below are acceptable forms of identification as defined by the U.S. Postal Service.
A state-issued photo ID
- Valid Drivers License
- Non-Drivers ID Card
- U.S. Armed Forces Card, Uniformed Service ID Card
- US Permanent Resident
or other ID Cards issued by US Citizenship and Immigration Services
- A U.S. Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization
- Tribal ID Card (issued by federally or state-recognized Tribal Nations)
You will get connected to a Notary in a live two-way video call.
- Passport (U.S Passport, Foreign Passport)
The following IDs are NOT accepted for notarizing this document:
- Social Security Cards
- Birth Certificates
- Mortgage, Banking, or Insurance Statements
- Water/Utility Bills
- Credit Cards
If you are a foreigner trying to notarize form 1583 and you do not have an ID with a USA address, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
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If your document has already been notarized, you can review the documents by clicking on this link: