wisconsinbadger wrote:I need to have a Peruvian resident provide me with a document, in English, signed and notarized (in the American fashion) and sent to me in Wisconsin so that the mother of his daughter - who is now a US citizen - can get a US passport for the child, who now is also a US citizen. The US Passport Office tells me that the notarizing must be done by an authorized US notary, not a Peruvian notaria... Does anyone know where in Lima I could find such a notary public (other than at the US Embassy)?
Naturalization document? Birth certificate?
Whatever, you'll need an official translation.
Or get the document sent to you and you do the legwork.