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The Consular Officer can notarize documents for use in Guinea or the United States. Powers of attorney, affidavits, wills, and depositions are common documents notarized by the Consular Section. Notarization costs $50.00 or equivalent in Guinea Francs for the first page and $50 or equivalent in Guinea Francs for each subsequent page on the same day. The Consular Section has most federal income tax forms, but it does not carry state income tax forms. The Consular Officer does not advise taxpayers on United States tax law. U.S. citizens wishing to apply for Social Security cards may apply at the Consular Section. A passport and an original or notarized copy of the birth certificate are needed to complete the application. The Consular Section maintains up-to-date copies of the U.S. Voting Assistance Guide, Absentee Ballot Applications, and Federal Post Card Registrations.