New Zealand High Commission Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Notarial services and fees

Notarial services and fees

Staff at the New Zealand High Commission are able to perform the notarial services listed below. The services can only take place at the New Zealand High Commission. There are fees for these services. Please call us before coming in to the office to make an appointment.

  • Certifying a document is a true copy of the original
    eg. birth or marriage certificates, education certificates (additional copies see below): Fee: RM85.00
  • Taking affidavits, affirmations or statutory declarations
    document prepared by solicitor or applicant: Fee: RM170.00
  • Preparation of consular letters, issuing consular certificates, witnessing signatures on documents
    eg. wills, power of attorney, land transfer deeds etc. Fee: RM170.00
  • Verifiiying local foreign ministry signature/seal on foreign documents for use in New Zealand
    Fee: RM170.00
  • Verifying MFAT signatures/seal on documents for use overseas
    eg. which have been forwarded by Consular Division or direct from the client: Fee: RM255.00

Note: Additional copies of any document listed above will be charged at 50% of the full rate.

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