One Down

We received another complete document in the mail yesterday from Oklahoma. Why OK, you ask? Well... if it ever comes up for you... If you have to get a notarized item certified, you have to go through the state the notary is registered. Our life insurance is through a company in OK, and we had to get a letter with our insurance info.

It costs $25 per document to get a certification from OK. $20 per document for VA. And $2 per document for IL. I don't know why there is such a disparity, but IL pretty much rocks, since we sent about 20 documents in for certification for $40 total. $25 x 20 is a MUCH bigger number.

Don't tell IL they could be charging more, ok? :)


Katherine said...

I'm so glad things are starting to move for you guys! Kai's been asking questions about the kids you're going to adopt, and so I'm trying to explain to him everything I can (sorry if he asks embarrassing questions later, but I am trying to minimize that!). I pointed out Ethiopia on the map and explained that they might not speak any English at first and they might not get to play with them for awhile.

Nicola said...

Yay! Does that leave one left?
N e a r l y there. :)