Due to the impact of COVID-19 and associated restrictions, the U.S. Embassy in Stockholm has suspended all notary appointments until further notice.
For those seeking to notarize documents for use in the United States, you may wish to consider using alternative options, to include utilizing a remote or local notarial service provider. A growing number of states accept documents notarized through online services; you will need to research whether they can be used in the state where your document will be filed. Remote notarization could fulfil your need for notary services.
If you require ITIN ID verification, this service is available through IRS authorized acceptance agents. Detailed information is available from the IRS website at:
Applicants applying for Social Security Numbers (SSN) or Federal Benefits can contact the American Citizens Services (ACS) by email for assistance.
Please take the time to read the following useful tips for those using the service.
- The fee per Consular seal is $50.
- Bring your passport or government issued photo I.D., along with the documents you would like notarized.
- Look at your document and read it carefully before attending the Embassy. If two people need to sign the same document, or if a witness is required, the names of all attendees must be submitted in advance.
- When you have booked an appointment online, save the appointment I.D. and password. You will need these if you wish to change or cancel your appointment.
- DO NOT sign the document.
Notarial documents must be hand-carried to the notarial appointment and not sent in advance. We assume no responsibility for the safeguarding of clients’ personal notarial documents.