- The notarizations provided by the mission under the law and its provisions:
- Verification of signatures
- Verification of the signatures and stamps of the official institutions and officials in thecountry in which the mission is serving, in countries that are not signatories to the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents - 1961(apostille).
- Life certificates
- Certification of the accuracy of a document copy
- Taking and certifying affidavits
- Certifying expert opinions and medical certificates
- Certification of wills
The diplomatic/consular representative will not notarize documents in the following circumstances:
- The act is not performed freely and willingly.
- The act contravenes the laws of the country in which the mission is serving.
- The document is fraudulent and/or violates the law.
- The document is incomplete or defective.
- If the representative or the signatory does not know the language of the document, the translation will be implemented under special conditions that are specified in the relevant legislation. Please contact us for instructions.
Comment: The diplomatic/consular representative may exercise discretion regarding each notarization and he may refuse to notarize a document if he is not convinced that all the legal requirements have been met.
Way of Payment: Notary service costs 13$ for each document and 6$ for each copy/additional signer. We accept credit card (Visa & MasterCard only). You may choose to have the documents returned to you FedEx for an additional $13 return shipping fee.