Attestation

Attestation/Legalization

The Embassy of Nepal attests the following documents issued by the competent authorities of Nepal and duly attested by the Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Nepal.

  • Character verification certificate issued by Nepal Police
  • Citizenship certificate
  • Photocopy of the passport
  • Health certificate
  • Birth registration certificate
  • Death registration certificate
  • Migration certificate
  • Unmarried (Singleness) certificate
  • Minor’s identity Card
  • Marriage registration certificate
  • Verification of relationship certificate
  • Certificate of divorce
  • Other relevant documents issued by the local authorities
  • Various documents issued by various Government Ministries and constitutional bodies
  • Academic certificates issued by the Ministry of Education, Office of the Controller of Examinations (Sanothimi and Balkhu) and vocational training certificates issued by the CTEVT

Power of Attorney (अधिकृत वारेसनामा) 

Power of Attorney, drafted by a registered lawyer in Nepal and duly signed by the concerned relative of the applicant in Nepal affixing his/her photograph at the top of the document, is generally accepted by the Embassy for attestation/legalization.

You are requested to take prior appointment as only Ambassador or Charge d’Affaires are authorized at the Embassy to sign the document as per existing rules. 

The applicant should submit the following documents for the said purpose:

  • Two original copies of Power of Attorney
  • Original and a photocopy of citizenship certificate
  • Photocopy of the land registration certificate
  • Copy of the revenue receipt paid recently

Documents attested by the Foreign Ministries of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden

The Embassy also attests the documents issued and attested by the respective Foreign Ministries of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The applicants are requested to submit the original and photocopy of the documents for attestation.

 

Fee Structure for Attestation/Legalization/Power of Attorney

(Amount in DKK)

Services

Fee

Postal Charge

Total

Bank Commission (For applicants from Sweden, Finland and Norway)

Attestation/Legalization

250

104

354

To be borne by the applicants

Photocopy Attestation of Academic Certificates

250 per set

104

354

To be borne by the applicants

Power of Attorney

250

None

250

Concerned applicant should present in person at the Embassy

Au Pair Demand

250 (Employment Contract)

None

250

Au Pair Demand

250 (Visa/Residence Permit)

None

250

Please find the Application for Au Pair Demand Attestation/Verication in this link.Application for Au Pair (Attestation)
Applicants are requested to send the service charges through bank transfer unless they present in person at the Embassy.

Please find the bank details at the bottom of this page and transfer the exact amount as mentioned in the above table.
Also remember to click on “The Orderer will pay all charges” option while transferring the amount.

The bank details:

Name of Beneficiary: Embassy of Nepal, Copenhagen
Bank: Danske Bank
Reg. No.: 4001
Account No.: 3204374848
IBAN: DK9530003204374848
BIC/SWIFT: DABADKKK