Consular Services » Attestation/Legalization of Documents

Please note that all Documents which require attestation/legalization from the Embassy of Pakistan are required to be submitted in person at the Embassy's counter.

Fee for legalization is required to be paid through PIN (Debit Card) at the Consular Section counter. No cash payment is accepted.

 

Attestation of Documents issued in Pakistan

1. The Embassy only attest those Pakistani Documetns which are already attested from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad or its camp offices in Provincial capitals of Pakistan. Therefore, All Pakistani documents (e.g. Educational Certificates/NADRA Certificates etc...) must be attested/legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan before attestation at this Embassy.

2. One photocopy is required to be submitted with the original document along with photocopies of CNIC/NICOP/Passport.

3. Fee for Attestation/Legalization of Documents issued in Pakistan is Euro 16/- per document.

 

Attestation of Documents issued in Netherlands

 

1. Foreign documents (i.e. Dutch) must be first legalized/attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Netherlands before attestation at this Embassy.

2. Photocopies of all the documents to be legalized are to be submitted alongwith original.

3. Fee for Attestation/Legalization of Documents issued in the Netherlands is Euro 80/- per document.

 

 

Non Attestable Documents

 

Identity cards and its translation, criminal Judgments/FIRs, Political/Criminal Disputes, domicile, photographs, invitation letters, visa notes, insurance papers, charity documents of NGO’s and papers of registry and sale/purchase of land etc. will not be attested.


Halal Certificate, Slaughter Certificate, IELTS/TOEFEL etc. certificates, ISO standardization and all international certificates, Applications of all kinds will not be attested.

Reference letters from professors etc. both from abroad as well as national educational institutions and character certificates from educational institutions are not attested.