Notaries Public

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A Consular Officer can notarize certain documents for use in the United States. If you need to sign a document or make a sworn statement in the presence of a Public Notary, the cost is $50. If you need a True Copy, certifying under official seal that a copy or extract made from an official or private document is a true copy, the cost also is $50.

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NOTE: The Embassy is not authorized to provide apostilles or assist in obtaining them. If you have a document which needs an apostille, you should contact the relevant authority in the State where your document was issued. More information on apostilles can be found here.