The U.S. Embassy in Rangoon is providing limited notary services. The fee is $50.00 per seal, except where noted. You may schedule an appointment via our online appointment system.
Prior to your appointment, please review your documents thoroughly, and confirm if witnesses are required. Consular staff may not serve as witnesses, so please arrange to have witnesses present for your appointment if necessary.
Please prepare all documents prior to the appointment and identify where the documents need to be signed (and by whom). You must understand the information content in the documents.
Examples of Notarial Services Performed at No Charge
- DS-3053: To notarize a DS-3053 Statement of Consent: Issuance of a U.S. Passport to a Minor Under Age 16, please review the instructions list on the form, the information fields that must be completed, and bring your original, valid, government-issued photo ID as well as a photocopy of both sides. As the U.S. Department of State requires this form to be notarized, this service is performed free of charge.
- At the Direct Request of a U.S. Municipal, State, or Federal Entity
Remote Online (Electronic) Notarization (United States)
Electronic notarization is currently authorized in 36 of the 50 states. Many of these states allow remote notarization over videoconference. Refer to your specific State Notary handbook for more information. Please verify with the intended recipient of your documents that this form of notarization is acceptable before engaging an online notary. The U.S. Embassy in Rangoon will accept electronic notarization of form DS-3053 (Statement of Consent: Issuance of a U.S. Passport to a Minor Under Age 16), provided the notarization was completed in accordance with the policies of the state that commission the notary public. More information regarding remote notarial services is available on the Department of State’s website.
Updated May 26, 2022