About Us Attestation Of Documents

 

Embassy attests the following documents, required to be submitted in India

  • Applications for following Consular Services are required to be submitted in person at the counter of Embassy of India in Dublin. Deponent to appear before Consular Officer and sign in his/her presence. 
  • Power of Attorney
  • Execution of Will/ Gift Deed
  • Sworn Affidavit for issuance of passport to a minor child residing in India
  • Life certificate for pensioners

The Hague Apostille Convention, 1961, abolishes the requirement of legalization of foreign documents for use in any member country, once an Apostille certificate (including e-Apostille) has been issued by a competent authority of the country where the document originates. Therefore, no further attestation or legalization by an Indian Mission/Post of an apostilled document is required for use in India as India is a member of the Hague Apostille Convention.

Therefore, Irish documents like Educational certificates, Degrees, Irish passport, Salary slips etc will have to be apostilled by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Government of Ireland. Since both Ireland and India are members of the Hague Apostille Convention 1961, any Irish document duly apostilled by DFA does not require any further legalisation/attestation by the Indian Embassy for use in India.

More information on Issuing and Accepting Apostilles at (click here)

Documents issued by Indian authorities such as Educational Documents issued by Educational Institutes in India, Marriage Certificate, PAN Card, Aadhar card etc will be attested by the Embassy only if the documents are attested/apostilled by CPV Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India, New Delhi. More info at https://mea.gov.in/apostille.htm

Copy of Indian Passport (front and last details page only) can be attested by the Embassy. 

 

Note: Format of the POA would be as per applicant's requirements in India. Embassy only attests the signature of the individual signing the POA/ affidavit and accepts no responsibility for the contents of the document. Please ensure that name of executant in POA/ affidavit etc is same as in his/ her passport.

Fee (per document to be attested)-

  • €17 + €2

Fee is payable by two separate crossed postal orders/bank drafts in Euros, drawn in favour of Embassy of India, Dublin. Therefore, the applicant will have to buy two separate postal orders/bank drafts, one postal order/bank draft amounting to €17/- and another postal order/bank draft for €2/-.

For two documents, one may get two postal orders- one of 34 euros, another of 4 euros.

* Attestation of life certificate at the Embassy is Gratis (free of charge/ no fees). 

Documents required for above services

  • The document to be attested (POA/Affidavit etc) in original with one photocopy of document.
  • Two passport size photographs of the deponent (for power of Attorney).
  • Indian passport holders- Original and 1 copy (front and last details page only) of Indian passport, Original and 1 copy of GNIB/ IRP Card.
  • Non-Indian passport holders- Original and 1 copy of passport, Original and 1 copy of OCI card.

NB: Before applying to the Embassy, please check all the above documents have been attached with the application.


Document submission time: Monday to Friday between 9:30am and 12.00 noon. (Except holidays)*

Processing Time : Same day

Collection Procedure for Documents:

Documents may be collected from the Embassy, on same day.
Documents Collection Time: - Monday to Friday between 4pm and 5pm. (Except holidays)*


For any further query please write or call:
Email ID : cons.dublin@mea.gov.in
Tel No. +353- 01-2060932(1400 hrs to 1600 hrs)
*For list of holidays please click : http://www.indianembassydublin.gov.in/eoi.php?id=holidays