New Zealand Embassy Jakarta, Indonesia

Consular and Notarial Services

New Zealand Embassy officials are able to witness Affidavits, Affirmations, Statutory Declarations and other documents for use in New Zealand and in accordance with New Zealand law. The witnessing must take place at the New Zealand Embassy. Please bring your passport for identification.

Consular and notarial fees

These fees are reviewed annually every July.

The following are the current Consular and Notarial fees:

Service

IDR

Certified True Copy of a Document

220.000

Consular Letter

430.000

Consular Certificate

430.000

Taking of an Affidavit, Affirmation, or Statutory Declaration

430.000

Witnessing a Signature

430.000

 

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