1. Attestation of Pakistani Documents :- All documents issued in Pakistan i.e (affidavits, power of attorneys) and those issued by Pakistani authorities i.e (marriage certificate, birth certificate, educational documents, family certificate, etc) must be attested first from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad or its Camp Offices, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar and Quetta, Pakistan (photo copies are not acceptable).

  2. Attestation of Greek Documents :- All documents issued from Greek authorities (marriage certificate, birth certificate, etc) must be attested first from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Greece along-with their English translations (the Embassy attests only the English translation, not the Greek version).

  3. Affidavit originating at Pakistan :- The applicant must appear at the Embassy along with his/her all original passports and a recent photograph. The applicant has to arrange two witnesses along-with their original valid Pakistani passport.

  4. Affidavit originating at Greece :- The applicant must appear at the Embassy along with his/her all original passports and a recent photograph.
    Note (if the passport(s) has (have) been lost, then readable photocopies must be provided. After verification of passports the case will be processed.

  5. Power of Attorney by individuals :- The applicant must appear at the Embassy along with original his/her passport and a recent photograph. The applicant has to arrange two witnesses along-with their original valid Pakistani passports.

  6. Power of Attorney by Companies :- The power of attorneys submitted by the various companies must be printed on the companies letterhead and attested from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Greece along with  the executants readable passport photocopy and an authorization letter in the name of submitter along with his/her Greek I.D card.

  7. Registration of Child :- The child must be registered within six months of the date of birth. Requisite supporting documents may be presented in original i.e (child’s birth certificate, parents’ passport, Greek residence status, marriage certificate and a photograph of child). Parents, accompanied by the child, must appear in person at the Embassy.

  8. Nikah Nama/Marriage Certificate :- If Nikah/Marriage is conducted in Greece, Marriage Certificate must be attested from the Ministry zof Foreign Affairs, Greece along with its English translation. The bride and bridegroom must appear at the Embassy along with their original passports.