Question: What is the procedure for getting a Power of Attorney attested?
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 (who is giving Power Of Attorney)  at the IVS Global Attestation Center with the following documents:
1. Valid passport in original with photocopy (first / last and valid visa page) of the executant/s.
2. Original Power of Attorney and its photocopy. This document has to be signed in the presence of the Consular Officer.
3.Two latest (not more than 6 months old) passport size photographs (White Background) of the executant/s. Photos can be clicked in our office.
4. ID card copy of Attorney (to whom you giving Power of Attorney) 
*Fees may vary in case of documents to be used for commercial purpose.
Note: in case of foreign national OCI (Overseas Citizen of India Card) is required in original and one set copy of it. 
Power of Attorney issued in India and to be used in UAE has to be attested by Home Department/General Administration Department/ Regional Commissoner of the Same State in India  
Power of Attorney for personal needs/assets: (Per person charge)
 Attestation Fee  :  AED 80
 ICWF Fee  :  AED 8
 Service Fee  :  AED 4.50
 Total Payable  :  AED 92.50

A company can give a power of Attorney when authorized to so do 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  :  AED 190
 ICWF Fee  :  AED 8
 Service Fee  :  AED 4.50
 Total Payable  :  AED 202.50

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