Question: What is the procedure for getting a Power of Attorney
attested from Indian Consulate/Embassy?
Answer: Power of Attorney can either be on a plain paper or
stamp paper as per your requirement or as advised by your lawyer.
Personal presence of the executant / s at the Consulate with the
• Valid passport in original with photocopy
(first / last and valid visa page) of the executant /s.
• Original Power of Attorney and its photocopy.
This document has to be signed in the presence of the Consular
• Two current passport size photographs of the
• Fees may vary in case of documents to be used
for commercial purpose.
NO FORM IS REQUIRED
Power of Attorney for personal needs/assets
Attestation Fee: Dh 95 (including all service fees)
A company can give a power of Attorney when authorized to do so by its
Memorandum or Articles of Association or by a statue and based on a
Board Resolution attested by the competent authority.
Power of Attorney for company purpose
Attestation Fee Dh190
ICWF Fee Dh10
Service Fee Dh10
Total Payable Dh 210
*Additional documents may be needed depending upon the documents
presented for attestation. Document is processed the same day within
30-45 minutes of submission
• Note that Attestation service has been shifted
from Consulate to new outsourced centre.
Attestation Centre Address:
IVS Global Services
Private Limited, Unit 201-201, 2nd floor, Business Atrium Building,
Opposite Al Nasr Club, Oud Metha, Dubai, Near Prime Supermarket, next
to big parking area, Tel: +971 4 357 9585
• Nearest Metro Station: Oud
Metha (Green Line)
Timing: 8am to 3:30pm
Sunday to Thursday
Abu Dhabi Centre: IVS Global
Services Centre, Office No. 201, Second Floor, Sector E-25, Plot C-37,
Al Nahyan Camp, off Muroor Road. The centre is located in the building
next to the UAE Red Crescent Office.
Timing: 8:30am to 3:30pm
Sunday to Thursday. Tel: +971 56 332 9792
NOTE: Courier service is available at attestation centre
on payment of Dh50. It will reach the destination within four
days. This is optional only.