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Notaries services

Citizens of the Republic of Moldova who are residing in Greece on temporary or permanent basis, may receive from the Embassy several notary services, most common of them are as follows: approval of power of attorney, endorsement of the signature on declarations and other acts, confirmations of photocopies, photographs, etc.

Approval of powers of attorney

Embassy approves powers of attorney, by which one individual or juridical entity empowers another one or several, to represent its/their interests while performing some legal actions.

To approve a power of attorney an entity is obliged to arrive in person to the Embassy and to bring a following set of papers:

Power of attorney shall be signed personally by the applicant in the premises of the Embassy in presence of a Consular Officer.

Endorsement of the signature on declarations and other acts

To endorse the signature on a declaration or another legal act, individual has to present himself in person to the Embassy, having valid passport or Moldavian ID Card.

Declarations and other acts shall be signed personally by the applicant in the premises of the Embassy in presence of a Consular Officer.

Confirmation of photocopies

To confirm a photocopy of the original document issued by the legal authority of the Republic of Moldova, applicant has to present himself to the Embassy with following documents:

Certification of photographs

To certify the identity of a person imprinted on the photograph, which is requested by Moldovan authorities during the process of issuing of international passports and ID Cards via power of attorney, a citizen is requested to present himself personally to the Embassy and to bring with him following:

Consular Officer certifies the photograph confronting the image to a person in front of him and with presented identification documents. If any uncertainty occurs or it is impossible to complete a positive and unambiguous identification the Consul shall reject to certify the photograph.