Booking an appointment:
In-Person Power of Attorney: The POA services are provided Monday through Thursday, between 9:30 am and 12:30 pm by appointment only, subject to change.
E-mail the selected Power of Attorney form along with the documents required, as instructed. When all the above documents are received, we will prepare your POA and contact you for appointment (appointments are given on a first come, first served basis).
The principal party must be present with proper identification and required documents as listed below:
Additional documents needed to process an in-person Special Power of Attorney, include the followings:
The Consulate legalizes the POAs done before a notary public and authenticated by Secretary of State and State Department if all requirements are fulfilled.
Legalization of General Power of Attorney
Note: Any missing required document will subject the general power of attorney to be rejected and sent back to the applicant
Legalization of Special Power of Attorney
Note: Any missing required document will subject the special power of attorney to be rejected and sent back to the applicant.