A power of attorney is a legal consent given willingly to an appointed person granting him powers to represent / carry out specific tasks on behalf of the person who authorizes it.


Power of Attorney which needs Consulate notarization is done in 3 forms:

  • Through Public Instrument (issued at the Consulate);

  • Through a document created by the applicant himself and then presented at the Consulate (to be signed in the presence of an official at the Consulate);

  • Through a document, created by the applicant himself, with local attestation.


Documents needed:

  • Bilhete de Identidade/ Cartão de Cidadão / Passport;

  • Format of the Power of Attorney (if applicable).


Fees: Kindly refer to consular fees.


The above rules and fees are subject to change / modification without prior notice.