An individual can attest only his/her own documents at the Consulate General of Portugal in Goa.
Types of Autentication
NOTE: Under the Convention on the Abolition of the Requirement of Legalization of Foreign Public Acts, passed at The Hague on October 5, 1961, of which India and Portugal are States Parties, Indian public documents (which subsumes under one of the subsections of article 1 of the Convention), issued in accordance with Indian Law and which is intended to have effect in Portugal, may only be legalized by means of the formality for the purpose provided for in the Convention - the affixing of the apostille by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India, always preceded Authenticated by the designated authorities of the State or Territory of the Union where the certificate or document was issued. Article 3 of the Convention repeals any other form of legalization.
Collection: Documents submitted for Consulate attestation may be collected on the following working day.
Entry Time for collection: Between 14.30 to 15.00 hrs.
FEES: (Kindly refer to Consular fees for the amount)
The above rules and fees are subject to change/modification without prior notice.
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