Attestation of documents and other miscellaneous services can be obtained from this Consulate by submitting an application with required documents. The fee for various services rendered has been indicated in the table given below: 

 

S. No.

Services for which fee Is levied

Fee  (US$)

ICWF Fee (US$)

Total (US$)

1(A)

Attestation of affidavits/documents pertaining to sale, purchase, power of attorney, mortgage, transfer, gift, etc. of real estate or moveable properties or issue of a document by a Consular Officer pertaining to such matters

20

2

22

1(B)

Where a Consular Officer draws up or assists in drawing up any document mentioned in 1(A) above

40

2

42

2(A)

Attestation of civil documents (affidavits, educational degree, sponsorship certificates, marriage certificates, wills, power of attorney etc

10

2

12

2(B)

Where a Consular Officer draws up or assists in drawing up of any document mentioned in item 2(A) above as per Consular Manual

20

2

22

3(A)

Attestation of Trade/Commercial documents or issue of any certificate ‘country of origin etc’ pertaining to exports from foreign country to India

50

2

52

3(B)

Attestation of Trade/Commercial documents or issue of any certificate pertaining to exports from India to a foreign country

20

2

22

4

A Consular Officer solemnizing a marriage, registration of a marriage certificate and a certified copy of the entry (all)

50

2

52

5(A)

Attestation of documents pertaining to sale, purchase, mortgage, transfer of vessel or transfer of one’s interest in merchant vessel

260

2

262

5(B)

Attestation of other documents pertaining to ship/vessel for issue of a certificate or verification or acceptance of a document or taking any action as per Chapter IX of the Consular Manual on ‘Merchant Shipping’, The Shipping company (or Captain of vessel on behalf of Company) being Applicant/payee of consular fee.

50

2

52

5(C)

Attestation of documents of issue of certificates to a sailor as per Chapter IX of the Consular Manual on ‘Merchant Shipping’ (individual sailor being applicant for his individual use)

10

2

12

6(A)

For administration or distribution, or both of the property situated in country, of the Consular Officer’s residence, of an Indian citizen or any other person, not being a seaman, dying intestate, or if not intestate, when undertaking in the absence of legally competent representative of the deceased in country of his death or a request of legal heirs of deceased living in India as the case may be

US$ 260 or 2.5 per cent of estimated value of the property/estate, whichever is more + US$ 2

6(B)

If such property is in country of concurrent accreditation of a Consular Officer

US$ 1,030 or 2.5 per cent of estimated value of the property/estate, whichever is more + US$ 2

6(C)

Issue of succession certificate as laid down in the Consular Manual

2.5 per cent of estimated value of the estate or property + US$ 2

7

Services requiring visits or attendance of a Consular Officer on request of an applicant away from chancery

Officer’s travelling allowance and daily allowance plus US$103 for each visit plus consular fees for services required + US$ 2

8(A)

Attestation of pension papers, life certificate etc. pertaining to pensioners

Gratis

8(B)

For affixing Consular Officer’s signature and seal, if required, for declarations of pay or pension

Gratis

9(A)

Other miscellaneous attestations, issue of civil certificates, notarial services as per Consular Manual, not falling within any of above categories, registration of birth & a certified copy of the entry

US$ 20 + US$ 2 = US$ 22

9(B)

Where Consular Officer draws up or assists in drawing up of any documents pertaining to services mentioned at item 9 (A) above

US$ 40 + US$ 2 = US$ 42

9(C)

Registration of death & certified copy of the entry with the proviso that HOM/HOP may waive these charges at his discretion

US$ 20 + US$ 2 = US$ 22

10

Cancellation of Indian Passport of an Indian national who dies abroad

Gratis

 

NOTICE

Attestation of Public (Non-Commercial) Documents

India is one of the signatories to The Hague Apostille Convention. The new scheme was implemented in India on 29-8-2007. The purpose of the Convention is to reduce the two-stage authentication of public documents to one single stage. If a public document is apostilled by the country of origin, it does not require re-authentication by the authorities of the country in whose territory it has to be produced, provided both the countries are party to the Apostille Convention. With India's accession to the Convention, re-authentication of public documents (non-commercial) by the Consulate is not necessary as Turkey is also a party to the Apostille Convention.