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The Philippine Embassy, through its Consular Section, performs its notarial and other consularization services in the context of the 1963 Vienna Convention on Consular Relations.

Acknowledgment, Special Power of Attorney (SPA), and other instruments

For legal documents (e.g. affidavits, Special Power of Attorney, contracts, etc.) executed in Belgium and Luxembourg to have legal force and effect in the Philippines, these documents require consularization by this Embassy.

The Embassy acknowledges a legal document that is signed by the executor in the presence of a consular officer. The document is issued with a seal of the Embassy.

The Embassy notarizes affidavits signed by affiants in the presence of a consular officer. The jurat or notarial attestation is stamped on the document itself.

Note: Processing time is three (3) working days.

Requirements:

1. Personal appearance of the person executing the document at the Embassy;

2. Present original and submit two (2) photocopies of valid passport/s (data page) of signatory/signatories;

3. Present original and submit two (2) photocopies of valid identity/residence card of signatory/signatories;

4. Accomplished and pre-printed relevant form/s or document/s (if applicant/s is/are filing a Special Power of Attorney, standard forms, tailored for the purpose of filing the document, may be downloaded HERE); and

5. Notarial Fee: €22.50 per document (to be paid in cash).