The Notary Office of Vietnam is a notary service for the Vietnamese public that can be used for basic bills such as bank deposits.
If you are unsure about how to pay a bill or you need help paying your bill, please contact the Notary Service of Vietnam in Hanoi.
The service is located at the Public Bank of Vietnam at the main entrance to the Public House of the National Capital Region in Haoi.
Notary services are available 24 hours a day and seven days a week, Monday to Friday, and will be able to help you pay your bills and provide you with all necessary documentation, including a certificate of identity, for your account.
You will also need to provide your name and address.
The Notarization Service of the Vietnam Public Bank will also be able provide you documentation.
Notaries are not required to be registered with the Public Banking System of Vietnam.
However, all public accounts are required to have a Notary Officer.
If a Notarial Officer is not available, you can use the service of a Vietnamese notary in the following cases: You are paying for a public account.
The account is not in your name.
The bank has not yet received your account number.
You are using a non-registered bank account.
The bank has a problem with your bank account, so it has to take action.
You need to pay the amount, and pay it in full.
For more information on how to register for a bank account in Vietnam, go to bankaccount.vip.gov.va.
The Vietnam Public Banking Service can also be used to pay bills for your children or pets.
If the bill is for a small amount, you may need to request a government-issued card.
The card costs 30,000VND ($2,100).
The Vietnam Government issued Card for Children and Pets can also also be bought for 30,00VND.
The cost for this card varies depending on the country.
The Vietnamese government issues the Card for Young People and Parents and for Children is issued by the National Bank of Viet Nam.
You can also purchase an official Vietnamese passport for 20,000VG ($6,200) from the Vietnam Tourism Agency.