There are two different types of validation procedures, those types being a certificate for an individual or an organization. If you apply under an organization name, please refer to the OV requirements mentioned above. If you apply as an individual developer, the Certificate Authority (CA) will require you to complete a simple form to verify your identity. This form has to be notarized by a lawyer, CPA, or public notary and you also need to provide a scan of a government issued ID and may be required to provide additional documents depending on the CA.

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