If you're an American living or traveling in Pakistan, it can be incredibly difficult to find a US notary public. You traditionally needed to book an appointment at a US Embassy, Consulate, or military base, where the wait for a notary public could be days or weeks.
If you're not able to visit these locations or need a notary public more immediately while in Pakistan, we can help. Notarize allows you to connect online with a notary public to get your documents legally notarized from anywhere at any time.
The US Embassy or Consulate will charge you $50 per notarized document. Notarize is only $25 per document, and our notaries are online 24x7.
If you can wait days or weeks for an appointment, you can book a meeting at the US Embassy in Islamabad or the US Consulates General in Karachi, Lahore, or Peshawar. You may also visit the Islamabad US Embassy or the Karachi, Lahore, or Peshawar US Consulate offices in person:
U.S. Embassy in Islamabad
Diplomatic Enclave, Ramna 5
U.S. Consulate General in Karachi
Plot 3, 4, 5, New TPX Area
Mai Kolachi Road, Karachi
U.S. Consulate General in Lahore
50, Shahrah-e-Abdul Hameed Bin Badees,
(Old Empress Road) near Shimla Hill
U.S. Consulate General in Peshawar
11, Hospital Road,
If you would like to connect with a notary public now, you can get your documents notarized entirely online. The entire process takes less than five minutes, on average. We hope you’ll join the countless happy customers who have notarized their documents online with us.
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