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LEGAL REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES


1.  Consular Notarization or Authentication

2.  Methods of Consular Notarization or Authentication

3.  Solemnization of Marriage (for Filipino Couples)

4.  Applicable Fees

5.  Downloadable Forms


1. CONSULAR NOTARIZATION OR AUTHENTICATION
 
  Documents that are executed, signed or issued within the jurisdiction of the Philippine Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan namely: Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan and intended to be used or presented in the Philippines must bear a consular notarization or authentication, as the case may be, in order for such documents to be accorded legal effect in the Philippines.
  Examples of these documents are Special Power of Attorney, General Powers of Attorney, Affidavits, Deeds, Contracts, Assignments, Letter of Patent, Articles of Incorporation, Certificates of Birth, Marriage or Death and other official documents issued by Pakistan authorities within the Embassy jurisdiction. (Click HERE to view sample forms of Special or General Powers of Attorney and Affidavits) 
   

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2.   Method of Consular Notarization or Authentication
 

The party executing the document personally appears before the Consular Officer and personally signs/executes the original document in the presence of the Consular Officer.  He/she should always submit the original (multiplied by the number of copies he wants for his needs) and in addition, provide one (1) extra copy for the Consulate's files.  He should also provide a valid identification card (with identity details and photograph) including photocopies in numbers corresponding to his requested number of documents plus one extra copy for the Consulate's files.  The fee is $25 multiplied by the corresponding number of documents/s the party wishes to obtain.  

  If the party/ies shall appear personally before the Consular Officer, there is no necessity that the document shall be notarized by a Notary Public. His/their appearance is sufficient and the notarization/legalization will be performed by the Consular Officer even without the stamp or signature of a Notary Public.
 

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SCHEDULE OF CONSULAR FEES
Effective 01 October 2013

$25.00 / Rs. 3,000.00

Notarial
Acknowledgement
Certification
Verification
Authentication
Special Power of Attorney

Processing Time
 

(Based on Receipt)
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Releasing Time
 

(Regular 6 Working Days)
No Objection Certificate (NOC)

(Regular 2 Working Days)
Notarial/Authentication

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Expedite Time

4 Working Days
No Objection Certificate (NOC)

1 Working Day
Notarial/Authentication


2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

PE NOTICE TO PUBLIC
Philippine Embassy Islamabad require the applicants to provide a registered stamped self-addressed envelope, such as the TCS, Leopard, DHL and OCS with a tracking number. This will enable us to mail your passports or notarized documents to you once they become available. Payment for all consular services are still made with cash. Requirements for consular services will be strictly followed.

 

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You can get pertinent information on procedures and requirements, as well as download the forms for each type of service you require.  If your particular query is not covered in this section, please feel free to write us at islamabad.pe@dfa.gov.ph or isdpe@isb.comsats.net.pk for general questions.  For specific questions on any of the services please go to our Contact Us page for particulars to that Department.



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