Notarial services: $50 per consular seal
All fees are non-refundable. The fee is $50 per signature/seal. The fee is charged for notarizing all types of documents except for forms required by a U.S. government agency (e.g., DS-3053 or certification of savings bonds).
The fee is per consular signature/seal, not per document. For example, you will be charged $150 for a single document that requires the consular officer to sign and acknowledge your signature in three places.
- U.S. dollars
- New Israeli Shekels (NIS) (amount is according to the U.S. Embassy daily rate of exchange)
Credit cards: Only international credit cards that can accept charges in U.S. dollars
- Must be payable to “U.S. Embassy”
- Must be in the U.S. dollar amount of the service (not the shekel equivalent)
- Must be typed by the bank; bank checks with handwritten information (or handwritten revisions) will not be accepted
- Must have a series of three electronically-printed numbers on the bottom
- Must show the dollar amount completely and properly within the amount box, with the amount printed neither above nor below the box