The U.S. Embassy in Berlin and the U.S. Consulates General in Frankfurt and Munich provide a service similar to the functions of a public notary in the United States. People of any nationality may use our notarial services. However, appointment availability is extremely limited at this time, so it is important that you are aware of other options for getting your documents notarized.
Please read the following instructions before scheduling an appointment. If you are unprepared for your notarial appointment, you may be required to make a new appointment on a later date.
On the day of your appointment, you will need to:
Appointments are required for all services. Please select your Embassy/Consulate to make an appointment:
U.S. Embassy Berlin (Please indicate the number of notary signatures your document requires next to your given name.)
U.S. Consulate Frankfurt (Please indicate the number of notary signatures your document requires next to your given name.)
U.S. Consulate Munich (Please indicate the number of notary signatures your document requires next to your given name.)
What not to bring to your appointment
Visitors are not allowed to bring cell phones, laptops, tablets, and similar electronic devices onto the premises. Visitors carrying unauthorized objects will not be granted entry.
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