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    Notarial Deeds - Power of Attorney Witness Statement etc

    Notarial Deeds - Power of Attorney Witness Statement etc

    With the exception of Greek passports and visas, all other consular services, including Notarial Deeds like: Power of Attorney, Witness Statement, Child Recognition Act, etc, can be provided also  by the Greek Honorary Consulates in UK. Click on Contact us to find out which Greek Consular Office has jurisdiction for your area of residence. For the Consular Office of the Embassy of Greece in London, you need to book an appointment before appearing in person, and you can do that by clicking  ---> Here .  


     For the fees for these Consular Services,  Please Click Here

    POWER OF ATTORNEY REQUIREMENTS:

    • Physical presence of the principal ( applicant ) .
    • Valid passport or Photo Identity Card.

    The draft text must be sent to this e-mail address ( click to see ) , prior to the date of the appointment. The draft documents must be in Word Format (version 2007 or earlier), Times New Roman Fonts, 12 Points. The draft documents that do not meet those specifications will not be accepted.
    Signees ( principals, witnesses ) who do not speak Greek must be accompanied by an interpreter or translator, who cosigns the deed. The interpretation fees are paid directly to the interpreter/translator.
    Please Pay Attention to This --->  The Consular Office does not provide translation/interpretation services. Should you wish to contact a certified translator or interpreter you may address one by Clicking Here  

    To book an appointment please  Click Here   For the fee for this Consular Service,  Please Click Here

    WITNESS STATEMENT REQUIREMENTS:

    • Physical presence of the witness.
    • Valid passport or Photo Identity Card
    • Copy of summons.
    The draft text must be sent to this email address ( click to see ) , prior to the date of the appointment. The draft documents must be in Word Format (version 2007 or earlier), Times New Roman Fonts, 12 Points. The draft documents that do not meet those specifications will not be accepted.
    Signees ( principals, witnesses ) who do not speak Greek must be accompanied by an interpreter or translator, who cosigns the deed. The interpretation fees are paid directly to the interpreter/translator.
    Please Pay Attention to This --->  The Consular Office does not provide translation/interpretation services. Should you wish to contact a certified translator or interpreter you may address one by Clicking Here  

    To book an appointment please  Click Here   For the fee for this Consular Service,  Please Click Here


    CHILD RECOGNITION ACT REQUIREMENTS:

    Please Read Carefully !!!

    Effective June 1, 2015 all official documents issued by British Authorities submitted for the registration of Birth, Marriage, Death, Child Recognition Act, etc, at the Consular Office, should be legalized with the Apostille stamp.  You get a UK public document legalized by asking the UK government to confirm that a UK public official's signature, stamp or seal on a document is genuine.  Click here ---> Get a document Legalized for information regarding the procedure to legalize your certificate.

    • Physical presence of both parents and the child
    • The original British FULL birth certificate of the child (that states the names of the parents) – No translation is required.
    • Valid passports or Greek ID cards of both parents.
    • Certificate of family status by the Municipality in Greece ( Municipal Roll ) for the Greek parent (s), no more than 6 months old. We can request for one on your behalf. In this case, you need to fill in, in GREEK, the application form, specifying the municipality you are registered with, as well as the type of certificate requested, and send it to us as attachment to the email address on the form, or fax it to the fax number found on the form. To download the application form  please click to download --> in    PDF format  or in    Word format   

    Please Pay Attention to This --->  Translation / Interpretation services are required in cases where one of the parents cannot read or understand the Greek Language. The Consular Office does not provide such a kind of service. Should you wish to contact a certified translator or interpreter you may address one by Clicking Here  



    To book an appointment please  
    Click Here   For the fee for this Consular Service,  Please Click Here