While you are travelling you should be able to.have your documents notarized by a consular officer at the country's United States Embassy.
Sincevyou say you plan to efile, speak to your lawyer concerning dealing with flags or seals.
I wish you safe travels and good luck with your case
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Q. Must all of my pleadings be notarized?
A. A pleading is a specific type of document. If the pleading requires a verification, then it must be notarized. You may have the document notarized at the US Consulate for that country. You should call ahead to make an appointment.
It sounds as though you are proceeding pro se. Please refer to CPLR Sec. 3020 concerning when verification is required and CPLR Sec. 3021 as to the form the verification should take. As far as notarizing is concerned, to get a document notarized abroad, the following link to the U.S. State Department should provide the information you need: http://travel.state.gov/law/judicial/judicial_2086.html
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