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Citizen's Charter



Power of Attorney
Document Verification

Power of Attorney

Requirements:
  • Duly prepared 2 copies of power of attorney in Nepali paper
  • Handwritten or printed application addressed to the Embassy by the attorney giver
  • Original & copy of citizenship certificate of both PoA giver and reciever
  • 2 each passport size recent photos of both parties(Please note that other then passport size photos are not valid)
  • At least two witnesses should be present during signing of the deed
  • PoA giver must be present at the Embassy and sign the deed in front of the Head of the Mission
  • Original & copy of the document (Land Ownership Certificate / Lal Purja) of which ownership is being transferred
  • The attorney giver should present his/her passport and a copy of it
  • If the power of attorney is related to divorce, the attorney giver should submit a original and copy of his/her marriage certificate.

  • Required documents for Power Of Attorney in Nepali click here
Fees: £20

Please note:
  • Applicant may leave the document after signing with self-addressed prepaid postal envelope and the Embassy can mail back to the concerned after processing them
  • Payments can be made with Cash or Postal Order. Personal Cheques are not accepted.
  • The service delivery is 24 Hours
  • Applications should be submitted between 9:15 - 13:00 hrs and 13:00 - 15:15 hrs during working days

  • Document Collection:Between 9:15 - 13:00 hrs and 13:00 - 17:00 hrs during working days


  • If you have lost power of attorney (POA) and want to make a new, you have to publish a 7 days or 15 days notice in national newspaper explaining all the information in detail and also have to inform concerned office, Consular Department of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Embassy of Nepal, London.
  • If you have made POA and want to change information, you have to publish a 7 days or 15 days notice in a national newspaper explaining the reason why you want to change with all relevant information and also have to inform concerned office, Consular Department of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Embassy of Nepal, London. You can then return your current POA to embassy and apply for new POA.


  • Contact Person: Mr. Tejendra Regmi: Attache


Document Verification
(such as Police Reports, Citizenship Certificates, Death or Birth Certificates, Marriage Certificate, Relationship Certificate, etc)

Requirements:
  • Original document in Nepali and its English translation duly sealed and signed by Law Books Management Board or Police Headquarters or other concerned Government authorities. The translated document must be attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kathmandu
  • Application to the Embassy specifying requirement of such document
  • Copy of passport of the Applicant
  • If it is the case of acedemic certificate verification, the applicant should get the certificate verified by the competent authority of Nepal (eg SLC, HSEB, Ministry of Education, etc), then attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kathmandu prior to its verification by the Embassy of Nepal
Fees: £15

Please note:
  • Payments can be made with Cash or Postal Order. Personal Cheques are not accepted.
  • The service delivery is 1 working day unless required for further verification
  • Seals and signatures are verified but not attested of such documents by the Embassy
  • Applications should be submitted between 9:15 - 13:00 hrs and 13:00 - 15:15 hrs during working days

  • Document Collection:Between 9:15 - 13:00 hrs and 13:00 - 17:00 hrs during working days


  • Contact Person: Mr. Tejendra Regmi: Attache

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