Please note: Individuals coming to AIT for consular services are now required to bring and wear protective masks. You will not be allowed entry without a mask.
If you are subject to quarantine because of recent travel from certain countries listed in here, you will not be allowed entry to AIT. Please reschedule your consular appointment. Please also reschedule your appointment if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms or believe you may have been exposed to COVID-19.
Notarial Services for all Nationalities
Each notarial service is by appointment only. Each appointment can accommodate up to six documents. If you are requesting notarial services for seven documents, you need to book two appointments.
Please take the time to read the following useful tips for those using the service.
- Information about security regulations can be found here.
- The fee is charged per notary seal. Each notary seal is USD $50. Please Note: We no longer accept the old version of U.S. dollar bills. (PDF22MB)
- Be sure to bring your valid passport or valid government issued photo I.D. in English, along with the document(s) you would like notarize.
- Your name in your photo I.D. must match the name on the document(s). (For example, we cannot notarize the signature “Jane Chen” if Ms. Chen can only present identification with the name “Chen Mei-Li”.)
- It can take about 90 minutes for the notarial process, depending on the circumstances of the case.
- Please read your document(s) carefully before coming to AIT. If two people or more need to sign the same document, or if a witness is required, fill in the names of all signatories in your documents in advance.
- Personal appearance is required for all signatories.
- You must understand the contents of your documents. We are not allowed to explain the contents to you.
- When you have booked an appointment online, write down the appointment I.D. and password. You will need these if you wish to cancel or change your appointment. Do not worry if you cannot print the confirmation page; it is not required to enter AIT. The guards will have a list of people with appointments and will simply ask for your photo ID.
- DO NOT sign the documents in advance.