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Old 23.09.2007, 22:38
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Notorized copy of ID

I need to make a notorized copy of Identification.
Where I have to go and how much it will cost me?

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Post office, 20 francs.
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Post office, 20 francs.
Yeap, but that would be only valid in Swiss not in U.S.A.

I need to send my Swiss ID into U.S.A. after international
notorized.

What do I need to do? do I need to go to U.S. Emabassy for this?
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Old 27.09.2007, 14:13
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Re: Notorized copy of ID

Depending on who you're sending it to, you might be able to have your local community (i.e. Basel Stadt) notarize it at about 2chf a signature. Your community notary should meet Hague Convention requirements. This was fine for me when I had to get some stuff notarized for the IRS. However, you might have a requirement for a 'US Notary', in which case you'll have to go to the Embassy or a consulate.
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Old 27.09.2007, 14:16
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Re: Notorized copy of ID

IRS is the one that I have to send to, too.
Do you know nearest consulate from Basel Stadt.
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Old 27.09.2007, 14:25
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IRS is the one that I have to send to, too.
Do you know nearest consulate from Basel Stadt.
The IRS will probably accept it from your community. I had to get a taxpayer number and the notarization from the community was acceptable and they issued the number.

The closest consulate is Zurich, although the embassy in Bern is only slightly further away. You'll want to make an appointment ahead of time with either.
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