Embassy of The Republic of South Sudan in Washington DC
Embassy of The Republic of South Sudan in Washington DC

Authentications

CONTACT INFORMATION:
T: 202-293-7940
F: 202-293-7941
EMAIL: visa@gossmission.org

CONSULAR HOURS:
MONDAY - FRIDAY: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

AUTHENTICATIONS


U.S department of state’s authentication office must authenticate all documents issued in the U.S. (Please note that the U.S department of state requires that all the documents must be authenticated by the state in which the document was issued.)


  • All documents issued by U.S authorities must be authenticate by U.S department of state (please note that the U.S department of state requires that the documents be authenticated by the state in which the document was issued.)
  • The ministry of foreign affairs in juba, South Sudan, must authenticate all documents issued by south Sudanese authority.
  • All documents issued by countries other than south Sudan and U.S must be authenticated by the U.S state department.
  • The embassy cannot translate any document unless the ministry of foreign affairs in Juba, South Sudan, authenticates it.
  • The embassy of the republic of South Sudan must authenticate all original documents in order to be used in South Sudan.
  • Provide the embassy with original document authenticated by the U.S department of state

Fees:

  • General Authentication fee is $30.00 informs of money order, cashier check or company certified cheque payable to the embassy of the republic of South Sudan.
  • Commercial Authentication fee is $600.00 informs of money order, cashier check or company certified cheque payable to the embassy of the republic of South Sudan.

NOTE:

  • Applicants mailing their application must provide a prepaid return envelope with a tracking number, please use (FEDEX, UPS or EXPRESS MAIL)
  • Payments must be to the embassy of the republic of South Sudan
  • The processing time is 3 business days.

WELCOME

Barely two years old, South Sudan is joining the modern world by emphasizing the role of digital media in its international politics. It is with this emphasis that the Embassy of the Republic of South Sudan in Washington DC has decided to go digital in hopes of providing basic information and answers to some of the frequently asked questions regarding South Sudan.


South Sudan is ready to make its imprint in the digital world and the launch of this website is a major step towards achieving that goal.


Akec Khoc Aciew

South Sudan National Anthem

In August 2010, South Sudanese were invited to compose a national anthem.

After three rounds of competition, University of Juba students won with their lyrics titled "South Sudan Oyee" (Hurray)