HAVING YOUR SIGNATURE CERTIFIED IN DOCUMENTS TO BE SENT TO VIET NAM

 

 

 

 

1. Having a power of attorney signed at the Consulate

– Form for a Power of Attorney

– Show your ID, Passport, Driver License … and sign in before the Consul

– Fees: In person: cash OR Visa card OR Master card. By mail: Money order or Cashier’s check, payable to Vietnam Consulate

– Self-stamped and addressed return envelope (if applicants want to receive visa by mail).  To avoid losses during delivery, it is advised to use certified mail of  FEDEX / USPS / UPS  with tracking number for your easy tracking.  The Consulate General shall not be responsible for any missing documents due to your choice of using uncertified mails (FEDEX Ground and UPS Ground are considered as uncertified mails).

 

2. Having a Power of attorney signed in front of a Notary Public

– Sign the Power of Attorney in front of a Notary Public,

– Send the document to Secretary of State or an equivalent US Authority to have the Notary Public’s signature certified (by an apostils),

– Send the certified document to the Consulate of Viet Nam for Legalization. After legalization, the document is ready for use in Viet Nam.

– Fees: In person: cash OR Visa card OR Master card. By mail: Money order or Cashier’s check, payable to Vietnam Consulate

-Self-stamped and addressed return envelope (if applicants want to receive visa by mail).  To avoid losses during delivery, it is advised to use certified mail of  FEDEX / USPS / UPS  with tracking number for your easy tracking.  The Consulate General shall not be responsible for any missing documents due to your choice of using uncertified mails (FEDEX Ground and UPS Ground are considered as uncertified mails).

* Samples (in Vietnamese):
1. Mẫu hợp đồng giải quyết các vấn đề liên quan đến tài sản ở Việt Nam
2. Mẫu hợp đồng ủy quyền giải quyết di sản thừa kế
3. Mẫu giấy từ chối nhận di sản thừa kế
4. Mẫu giấy ủy quyền các vấn đề khác

 

@ For further information, please contact the Legalization Section, Consulate General of Vietnam in San Francisco, at:

 

@ To track your package, please contact Mail-in or Mail-out Section ( Morning only) : 

  • Telephone: +1 415 922 1707 ;  415 922 0707  415 922 1238 ;
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