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Honduras is not a party to any international convention or treaty on service of documents or obtaining evidence to which the United States is also a party. Therefore, judicial assistance is governed generally by the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations to which the United States and Honduras are parties.
For additional information, you may read more about Depositions and Letters Rogatory at the Department of State Travel website.
Only voluntary depositions of U.S. citizens can be taken by the U.S. Embassy, on notice or pursuant to a commission. A deposition does not need to be taken on U.S. consular premises.
For further information, please read the handout below:
- Depositions Information (154 KB)