New Zealand Embassy Seoul, South Korea

Fees for Notarial services

Staff at this Embassy are able to witness Affidavits, Affirmations, Statutory Declarations and other documents for use under New Zealand law. The witnessing must take place at the New Zealand Embassy. The fees for these and other legalisation services are:

  • Certifying documents as true copies of the original(eg. birth or marriage certificates) The original document must be produced: KRW37,000
  • Issuing consular letters, issuing consular certificates, taking affidavits, affirmations or statutory declarations (document prepared by solicitor or applicant): KRW74,000
  • Witnessing signatures on documents (eg. wills, power of attorney, land transfer deeds): KRW74,000

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