For U.S. citizens or items involving matters in/from the U.S.
The following documents are required for any Notarial Services:
- Valid passports or National ID card
- $50 per signature/stamp (payable in ariary, dollars or credit card)
The following documents are required according to service:
Notorial (Acknowledgment, oath, affirmation, attestation…)
- Documents to be notarized
- Physical appearance at the U.S. Embassy
- A witness (if required for the document)
- Copies and Originals documents to be certified with originals.
- You are responsible to draft and write your own Affidavit.
- Translators may be required to make an affidavit for the certification of their work.
Important Things to Know:
- Please be aware of the requirements from the document’s intended use. Example : must you use a special ink color, etc…
- Please bring a witness to sign the document with you if required to do so.
- Please do not sign any documents before instructed to do so by the Consul. You will need to sign the document before the consular officer.
- A document of more than one page will be attached together with grommets.
- Notarial services are provided for U.S. citizens. Notarial services are provided for other nationalities may only if the certification is required for use in the United States.
- Please note that U.S. Embassies and Consulates cannot authenticate diplomas or other documents from universities and other institutions in the United States or provide notarial services related to such credentials.
- At this time, the U.S. Embassy does not provide notary or authentication services in Comoros.
For more information on Notarial Service please visit this DOS web site at: http://travel.state.gov/law/judicial/judicial_2086.html
Please click here to make an appointment once you have all the documents in order