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The Embassy Provides Notarial Services for:
U.S. Citizens who need documents for use in the U.S. or in France, and foreign citizens who need documents for use in the U.S.:
Every person signing a document to be notarized must schedule an online appointment. Several persons’ names may be entered on the appointment form at the same date and time (witnesses, co-signers).
I would like to:
Ensure that you understand the contents of the document. A Consular Officer cannot explain it to you. Please bring your documents fully completed, without any missing pages, assembled and ready for notarization. Bring instructions from the end user in the state of jurisdiction. The Embassy cannot assemble your documents for you or provide legal advice on their preparation. If your documents are not ready for signature, you may be asked to make a new appointment.
Notarial documents must be hand-carried to the Embassy at the time of the notarial appointment and not sent in advance unless you are expressly requested to do so by Embassy personnel. We assume no responsibility for the safeguarding of clients’ personal notarial documents. Thank you for your understanding.
- Embassy Consular Waiting Room Access: Only persons seeking consular services and whose names are on the daily access list will be admitted to the Embassy. Read more here.
Questions? You can contact us by email.