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IMPORTANT NOTICE

A separate ICWF (Indian Community Welfare Fund) account is now being fully operational w.e.f 01.12.2015. An amount of €2/- for ICWF was included as service charge for all the services provided (i.e Visa, Passport, OCI & misc services etc.). Henceforth, applicants are advised to submit two separate Bank draft/Postal Order one for visa/passport/OCI/Misc charges and another for €2/- for ICWF which may be paid either in Postal Order/Bank draft. Both the Bank drafts/Postal Order should be in favour of the Indian Embassy. 

30 NOVEMBER 2015

Power of Attorney

  1. The document in original with one photocopy of document
  2. Two passport size photographs of the depondent
  3. Original passport and photocopy of passport
  4. Depondent to appear before Consular Officer and sign in his/her presence.
  5. Power of Attorney documents will not be accepted by post.
  6. Postal order or Bank draft for €27/- per document favouring ‘Embassy of India, Dublin’

Processing Time: One Day

Commercial and other documents originating in Ireland

All documents originating in Ireland, such as Commercial documents, etc for purpose of presentation in India should  be attested by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Iveagh House, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin before being sent to India. As India and Ireland are signatories to The Hague Convention on Apostille of Public Documents, there is no requirement to get these documents further attested in this Embassy. 

Documents originating in India - (Certificates of birth, death, marriage, divorce, education, legal heirship etc)

All documents originating in India to be attested in this Embassy for purpose of presentation in Ireland should first be attested by the Consular Section, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Patiala House, New Delhi, Branch Secretariats or other designated offices in various cities of India before submission.

1) The document in original with one photocopy of the document, including Processing Time: One Day the attestation of the MEA

2) Postal order or Bank draft for €27/- per document favouring ‘Embassy of India, Dublin’


FAQs on Attestation Services

Q.No.1 We are from XYZ company in Ireland. We have opened a subsidiary company in India. As per Indian tax regulations, we need to get a Permanent Account Number (PAN) in India. The documents relating to submission of application for PAN number needs to be attested by the respective Embassy/Consulate as per the jurisdiction give at the link http://www.indianembassydublin.in/eoi.php?id=Attestation. What we are supposed to do?

The commercial documents required for allotment of PAN or for any other purposes are required to be first attested by the concerned District Courts of the applicant’s consular jurisdiction and then submitted in duplicate (original and photocopy) for attestation. Please note that the Mission/consulates will attest only documents which are attested by the District Courts within the jurisdiction of the concerned Mission/Consulates. Fee for attestation of any commercial document: Euro 62/- each attestation

Q.No. 2 How can attestation fee be paid?

Only by postal order or bank draft.

Q.No. 3 Can the documents for attestation be sent by Post.

No.

Q.No. 4 I am an Indian national living in Ireland. In connection with some property related matters, I wish to send a General Power of Attorney to one of my relative/friend. Please let me know the procedure and charges for attestation of the General Power of Attorney.

You are required to bring the General Power of Attorney (original and photocopy) alongwith your Indian passport (in original + one copy of the relevant pages) and 2 passport size photographs to the Consulate on any working day during the public dealing hours . You are required to sign the document attorney in the presence of the Consular Officer and thereafter your signature will be attested. The attested document would be returned the next day during the same timings. Alternatively, you may leave a self addressed envelope with adequate postage stamp to enable us send the attested document to you by post. The requisite fee for this service is Euro 25/-. In addition to normal attestation fee, a consular surcharge of €2 is required to be paid with each application Please note that postal application should not be sent for this service.

Q.No. 5 I am a Irish national of Indian origin and OCI/PIO card holder. In connection with some property related matters, I wish to send a General Power of Attorney to one of my relative/friend. Please let me know the procedure and charges for attestation of the General Power of Attorney.

You are required to get the General Power of Attorney attested by a notary and one of the District Courts of the applicant’s consular jurisdiction. Thereafter the document may be submitted to us in duplicate (original and photocopy) for attestation. The requisite fee for this service is Euro 25/-. In addition to normal attestation fee, a consular surcharge of €2 is required to be paid with each application

Q.No.6 I am in Ireland but my spouse has applied for passport for our minor child. How can I confirm my no-objection to the application?

For issue of a passport to a minor in India, generally the consent of both the parents is required. Since you are in Ireland, you would need to send an affidavit confirming your consent /no objection for submitting the same with minor’s passport application in India. We have a standard format for such an affidavit which would need to be signed by you at the Office on any working day and a fee of Euro 27 (25+2) paid for the same. Please bring your original passport (and copies of first, last & visa/residence permit pages) for the purpose.



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