Notarial services are provided by the Australian Embassy in Bogota. Notarial services include authenticating and certifying documents, witnessing signatures, taking of statutory declarations, affidavits, oaths and affirmations, and other services.
Before requesting a notarial service, please make sure you know what service you require and confirm this with the organisation that requires your documents. We cannot provide advice on the notarial service you need.
Under the Consular Fees Act 1955, fees apply to notarial services. In Colombia, fees are payable by Visa or Mastercard in Colombian pesos only and may vary on a monthly basis, depending upon exchange rates. Cash and cheques are not accepted.
Notarial services can be provided in person at the Embassy or via mail. Please bear in mind that some services, such as witnessing signatures, must be done in person.
To make a passport or notarial services appointment, please visit the online booking page for Bogota.
For information on mailed-in notarial services please call us at +57 6016578030 or send us an email at [email protected].
More information on the services we can provide can be found at Notarial services overseas | Smartraveller.
Visiting our offices during COVID-19
- You must have an appointment to visit our offices.
- If you have a fever, cough or any COVID-19 symptoms, please reschedule your appointment. Please do not attend our offices if you are ill or if you have had recent exposure to someone who is ill.
- Please do not bring friends or family members to your appointment. If you are applying for a child passport, both parents are welcome to attend.
Births, deaths and marriages registries
Register a birth, apply for a certificate, change your name or search your family history. The registration of births, deaths and marriages, changes of name, changes of sex, adoptions and provision of certificates is the responsibility of the state and territory governments in Australia.
Select the state or territory in which the event took place for further information: Births, deaths and marriages registries | australia.gov.au.