Indian Consulate for Authentication of Documents and Notarial Services

Indian Consulate and the Attestation of Documents

Because of the requires of the International Convention on the legalisation of documents, when you submit a document that has been notarised in preparation for use in India, you need to have an apostille attached to the document by the Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and then the signature of the delegate of the department must be authenticated by the Indian Consulate.

Requirements

The consulate requires that you fill in a ‘Miscellaneous Services Form” and provide a Self Addressed Express Post/ Registered Post/ Platinum Express Envelope with your application if you want the documents to be returned to you through the post.

Fees

The consulate charges fees based on a prescribed schedule

Location of the Consul General of India in Sydney

3/109 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000
(02) 9223 2702

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