Attestation Frequently Asked Questions

Attestation Frequently Asked Questions

Attestation fee of Power of Attorney varies depending upon the number of executants. Click the link to view the fees:

Attestation Fee

The Consulate has nothing to do with the written contents of the Power of Attorney and is only attesting the signatures.

No. All the executants have to be present in front of Consulate General of Pakistan Toronto's official along with original and valid Pakistani IDs.

No. Valid IDs (Pakistani Passport/NICOP/CNIC) are required for attestation of documents. However, if you are a British passport holder, the documents can be attested/ legalized from Legalisation department of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). The same documents can subsequently be attested from the Consulate General of Pakistan Toronto.

Yes. On the basis of valid Pakistani passport we are able to attest your documents, as we have to verify your signatures only.

No. Document originating from Pakistan needs to be attested first from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad or one of its Camp Offices (at Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar and Quetta).

Yes, but only after the poll deed has been attested / legalized by the Legalisation department of the Canadian Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).