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Notarial services are available for all documents destined to be used in the United States. The only notary public overseas recognized in the United States is a U.S. Consular Officer. You do not have to be a U.S. citizen to use this service.
Documents may include statements made under oath, power of attorney, affidavits, true copies, and acknowledgments. Government-issued ID is required for persons signing documents.
A fee of $50 is charged for each notarial service, which can be paid in USD or the equivalent in CFA.