Appointments are required for notary services. Appointments are available to American citizens and foreign nationals doing business with American citizens and/or corporations Monday through Friday between 12:30 pm and 4 pm. We are closed the second Tuesday and the last Wednesday of every month and American and Indian holidays.
Government-issued photo identification with signature (e.g., a passport, a driver's license, etc.) is required. If the document also requires witnesses, you must bring your own witnesses, each of whom should present identification.
Other than the U.S. Embassy and Consulates, there are no other authorized U.S. Notaries Public in India.
Authenticate U.S. Documents for Use in India
For more information on how to authenticate a U.S. document for use in India, and obtain and attest an apostille, click here.
Authenticate Indian Documents for Use in the United States
For more information on how to authenticate Indian documents for use in the U.S, click here.
An Affidavit is a sworn statement, made by you. Write out the statement you wish to make, but do not sign the form.
For us to notarize your documents, you must:
- Have a government-issued photo ID, e.g. a passport
- Understand your document, as we are not allowed to explain the contents to you
- Have filled in the document with the appropriate names, places and dates
- Don't sign it; you'll sign it at the Embassy or Consulate in front of the notary
The Consulate also can make certified true copies of documents for use in the United States. Please note that the Consulate does not provide certified true copies for documents that will be submitted to Indian government authorities. Persons seeking a "true copy" for use in India should consult with an Indian notary public.
Complete fee information for notary services is available here.