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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.Can a notarizing officer in Germany notarize a marriage affidavit?
Among others, notarizing officers in Germany cannot provide the notarial services listed below: The U.S. Embassy and Consulates in Germany do not notarize Marriage/Single Status Affidavits, please do not book an appointment for this service.Can a notarization be conducted by a German honorary consul?
A notarization therefore cannot be conducted by a German Honorary Consul or by a Notary Public. Examples for legal transactions which require a notarization are: sworn affidavit (e.g. in pension matters, loss of a driver's license, etc.) obligation to pay alimony.Can I get a notarized document from an embassy?
No. United States Embassies and/or Consulates do not provide remote notarial nor authentication services. Some U.S. states do permit remote notarization but as a general matter limit the practice to notarials executed within their physical jurisdiction.