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Does anyone know the most convenient way to get a signature notarized for vehicle bought in United States Thanks
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Visit a public notary or possibly see if the US embassy in Bern can do it for you.
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Re: Notarized Documents

My husband recently went to our local Gemeindehaus to get some documents notarised with no problems at all.
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Re: Notarized Documents

You do realize that to notarize a signature, the document must be signed in the presence of the notary, i.e. you cannot notarize an existing signature.

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Does anyone know the most convenient way to get a signature notarized for vehicle bought in United States Thanks


The US Consulate in Zürich can notarize documents as well. That way
you don't have to travel to Bern.
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Re: Notarized Documents

I believ every Swiss qualified lawyer can do this, but kit sure if the US authorities would accept it from someone who is not actually a notary
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All Swiss lawyers are also notaries.

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Re: Notarized Documents

Yes but I don't believe they all have the notarial stamp.
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Yes but I don't believe they all have the notarial stamp.
I've yet to see one who doesn't.

In Italy this is the case, but we are NOT in Italy.

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