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Power of Attorney is a legal document, which appoints someone to act/make decisions on behalf of a granter. Powers of attorney can deal with financial and/or welfare matters.
These requirements provide a safeguard for both you and for anyone you appoint to act for you. For information on the statutory functions and responsibilities of an attorney, please refer to Consulate.
Presence of the applicant(s) is mandatory.
Schedule an appointment before visiting the consulate.
Applicants are required to submit a copy of a Tazkira, Afghan passport or any kind of legal German ID or passport.
Submit a petition introducing all authorities, principles and attorneys and addressing the cause for the Power of Attorney.
Witnesses certify information in order to ascertain the individual’s identity. Generally the person you choose to witness a document should have no financial or other interest in an agreement. A neutral third party is the best choice. These two witnesses must not be potential beneficiaries of the Will, spouses of beneficiaries, or members of your own family.
Witnesses are required to submit a copy of a Tazkira, Afghan passport or any kind of legal German ID or passport.
Provide Death Certificate (copy) of the deceased when subject of the Power of Attorney is inherited property.
(payable to the Embassy of Afghanistan in Berlin, General Consulate Bonn, or General Consulate Munich).
If you are applying by mail, please include a prepaid, self-addressed return and trackable envelope.
The affidavit of absent applicant or witness is to be used to apply for, when one party is unable to appear in the Consulate.
Passport-sized photos meeting international passport photo requirements: