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Consular Officers perform notarial services for all U.S. Passport holders, and for foreign nationals on documents destined to be used in the United States. Notarial services are executed by Consular Officers and may include documents signed before them, statements made under oath, powers of attorney, affidavits and acknowledgments.
Appointments are required for all notary services. To schedule an appointment for passport or citizenship services, go to U.S. Citizens Services Appointment System (this appointment calendar is ONLY to be used when you are appearing at the U.S. Embassy in Barbados; it is NOT to be used when a Consular Officer is visiting your island).
Fee: USD $50.00 or BDS$101.00 per notarization (i.e. $50.00 for the first seal and $50.00 for each additional seal)
Due to government regulations, we cannot provide services regarding vital records (i.e. birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, police records, etc). To replace these types of documents, please contact your vital records office. To replace a Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) follow the instructions found on Travel.State.Gov. To replace a Naturalization Certificate, visit the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website.
The Government of Barbados through the Registrar’s Office or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs can place an apostille stamp on the Barbadian civil document (i.e. birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees and documents executed by Barbadian schools, universities or Notary Publics).