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Posted By: Katie Valk

US cits - 04/18/18 03:59 PM


Message to U.S. Citizens: Passport and Notary Services in Belize City
April 16, 2018
NOTE PASSPORT RENEWAL FEE CHANGES

Is your U.S. passport about to expire? Do you need a document notarized? If so, in conjunction with a Visas Open House to answer questions about visas for travel to the United States, representatives from U.S. Embassy Belmopan will be offering passport renewal and notary services in Belize City.
When: Saturday, May 5 from 11:00am to noon

Where: Radisson Fort George Hotel
2 Marine Parade
Belize City

Who: All U.S. citizens in Belize are invited

What: The following consular public services will be offered:

Adult U.S. passport renewal – BZ$220 or US$110
Please bring current U.S. passport, completed form DS-82, 2”x2” passport photo, clear copy of passport biographic data page.

Child U.S. passport renewal – BZ$230 or US$115
Please bring current U.S. passport, completed form DS-11, 2”x2” passport photo, clear copy of passport biographic data page, birth certificate + 1 photocopy, each parent’s ID + 1 photocopy. BOTH parents must be present if listed on birth certificate. Fee for first adult renewal after age 16 is BZ$290 or US$145.
NOTE RECENT CHANGE IN PASSPORT FEES FOR THESE RENEWALS

Notary services – BZ$100 or US$50

For all services, please bring cash and exact change!

If you have questions related to visas for travel to the United States, please come at 10:00am to participate in the Q&A session. If you need passport renewal or notary services, please come at 11:00am. Please RSVP to [email protected] We look forward to seeing you on May 5!

For further information:

U.S. Embassy Belmopan, Belize
+501-822-4011
[email protected]
https://bz.usembassy.gov/

State Department - Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444

Belize Country Specific Information.

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Posted By: dabunk

Re: US cits - 04/18/18 06:10 PM

I thought US notaries were not supposed to charge for their services by law??
Posted By: Amanda Syme

Re: US cits - 04/18/18 10:34 PM

US notaries always charge a fee.

In Belize a Justice of the Peace cannot lawfully charge a fee.
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