Notarial Services

Please note: The Department of State assumes no responsibility or liability for the professional ability or reputation of, or the quality of services provided by, the entities or individuals whose names appear on the following lists. Inclusion on this list is in no way an endorsement by the Department or the U.S. government. Names are listed alphabetically, and the order in which they appear has no other significance. The information on the list is provided directly by the local service providers; the Department is not in a position to vouch for such information.

The fee of $ 50 or the equivalent in Euro, payable in cash or credit card. FOR LOGISTICAL PURPOSES WE WOULD HIGHLY APPRECIATE PAYMENT BY CREDIT CARD! Please click here to schedule an appointment.


Acknowledgement of a signature on documents for use in the United States. Used with deeds, powers of attorney, bills of sale, corporate acknowledgement, etc.


Written declaration made under oath of affirmation; a sworn statement.
Examples: Marriage affidavit (Ledigkeitsbescheinigung), paternity affidavit, affidavit concerning lost passport, etc.

Note: We cannot authenticate U.S. documents such as marriage certificates, divorce decrees, death certificates, etc. Under the Hague Convention, an Apostille is issued by the Secretary of State and the Deputy Secretary of State of the individual U.S. state.

Please Note: If your document must also be witnessed, please bring your own witnesses with you. Consular officers and staff may NOT be witnesses for notarial purposes.

A consular officer cannot perform a Medallion Signature Guarantee (which is a financial institution’s guarantee that an investor’s signature is genuine as well as its acceptance of any liability for any forgery within the securities transfer instruction) .Please do not schedule an appointment for this.
For more information, see the Securities and Exchange Commission’s website.
General questions about Medallion Signature Guarantees should be directed to the SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Assistance, by email to, by phone at 1-800-SEC-0330, by fax at 202-772-9295, or by mail to 100 F Street, NE, Washington, D.C., 20549-0213.


The document can be  notarized by an Austrian notary public (a list of English speaking “Notars” is available on our homepage ) and because Austria and the United States are parties to the Hague Convention on the Legalization of Foreign Public Documents, there is an alternative procedure for the notarization of Austrian-origin documents destined for use in the United States.  This alternative notarization procedure is called an Apostille, and is provided by the Austrian Government.  This process legalizes Austrian documents for use in the United States.

For more information about the Apostille process please see the following