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Notary Services

Notarizing your signature

U.S. Embassy Bogota's American Citizen Services will be on-site in Medellin on November 21st. We will be set up at the office of Colombo Americano in El Poblado at San Fernando Plaza -Local 334, Carrera 43C # 1-50, from 8am to 4pm. We are accepting a limited number of appointments for Passports, CRBAs, and Notary Services for that day. In order to facilitate processing, applicants are asked to bring a money order (cheque de gerencia) from their bank in order to apply for services. Please click here to schedule your appointment in Medellin.  

U.S. Embassy Bogota’s American Citizen Services will be on-site in Medellin on November 21st.  We will be set up at the office of Colombo Americano in El Poblado at San Fernando Plaza - Local 334, Carrera 43C # 1-50, from 8am to 4pm.  We are accepting a limited number of appointments for Passports, CRBAs, and Notary Services for that day.  In order to facilitate processing, applicants are asked to bring a money order (cheque de gerencia) from their bank in order to apply for services. Please click here to schedule your appointment  in Medellin.
***Checks must be made out to “Embajada de los Estados Unidos de America Nit. 800.090.823-1”***
The fees for services are as follows:
Notary Services:                                              $105.000 COP per notary signature
Passport (ADULT RENEWAL):                $231.000 COP 
Passport (ADULT FIRST TIME)*:            $283.500 COP 
Passport (CHILD, 15 yrs and under):     $220.500 COP 
Extra Pages:                                                      $172.200 COP 
*note: this fee is charged even if you had a passport as a child
Delivery: A representative for Domesa will be available to schedule return delivery services at an additional cost of more or less $43.300 COP.
*Again, please remember to bring all required forms as listed on the U.S. Embassy website*

***Checks must be made out to “Embajada de los Estados Unidos de America Nit. 800.090.823-1”***

The fees for services are as follows:

Notary Services:                              $105.000 COP per notary signature Passport (ADULT RENEWAL):            $231.000 COP                             Passport (ADULT FIRST TIME)*:        $283.500 COP                          Passport (CHILD, 15 yrs and under): $220.500 COP                           Extra Pages:                                     $172.200 COP 

*Note: this fee is charged even if you had a passport as a child

Delivery: A representative for Domesa will be available to schedule return delivery services at an additional cost of more or less $43.300 COP.

*Again, please remember to bring all required forms as listed on the U.S. Embassy website*

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Notary services are available regardless of citizenship for documents for use in the United States that require a U.S. notarized signature. For more information about U.S. notarial services abroad see the U.S. State Department website.  In Colombia, you can request notarial services either at the U.S. Embassy in Bogota or at the U.S. Consular Agency in Barranquilla.

Notary services are now available without an appointment at the U.S. Embassy in Bogota or at the U.S. Consular Agency in Barranquilla. You may visit the American Citizen Services (ACS) Unit of the Embassy in Bogota Monday through Thursday (except holidays) from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.  If you would prefer to visit the U.S. Consular Agency in Barranquilla, please click here for the Consular Agency’s location and hours of operation.

In addition to the unsigned document requiring notarization, please also bring photo identification and the required fees. The cost for notary services is $50 dollars per consular signature. Fees are payable in cash (U.S. dollars or Colombian pesos) or by credit card at the U.S. Embassy or Consular Agency. Checks and debit cards are not accepted.

If your document requires a witness’ signature, you must bring a person with photo identification to serve as the witness (consular staff can not serve as witnesses). The notarization services will be provided while you wait on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Please be aware that the Embassy cannot notarize your signature on a document that will be used anywhere other than in the United States.  Documents to be used in Colombia should be signed in front of a local Colombian notary.  A Spanish-language directory of Colombian notaries is available from the Colombian government’s Superintendencia de Notariado y Registro.

U.S. consular officials also cannot authenticate or apostille U.S. or Colombian public documents, such as birth, marriage, or death certificates. For instructions on how to authenticate/apostille a Colombian public document for use in the United States, please click here.

For instructions on how to authenticate/apostille a U.S. public document for use in Colombia, please see the website of the U.S. entity that issued the document (for instance, for birth certificates, see the Vital Records or Secretary of State office for the state where the birth certificate was issued).  A list of these entities can be found here.

Please contact us at ACSBogota@state.gov with any questions.

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