It’s a signature your computer generates and let me tell you, t are a p.i.t.a. I work for a company that helps people with their passports and visas. People think you can sign a formal legal document and use one. Let’s use a little logic here. If someone gets a passport in your name, do you can think you can prove you didn’t sign the application if electronic signatures were allowed? On a business letter to a customer or another company fine. On a legal document, NO!
Asking questions and getting answers (and being paid) is as simple as entering your information. Online signature's answers. I sign anything.