Do you need help in authentication/certification/notarization or requesting for affidavit of support for your documents in Kuwait? The Philippine embassy offers authentication services to help you with these legal papers.
When you need to submit important documents for employment, application, etc. you need to have them authenticated and sometimes, notarized by the Phil. government. The Phil embassy in Kuwait can process them for you.
Notary and Authentication of Documents at the Philippine Embassy
An Affidavit is a written statement that is notarized.
Example: If you need to provide a written statement from someone with personal knowledge about what you are trying to prove to a government or to the court, and this person cannot testify in person, you can use an affidavit.
What does “Notarized” mean?
It means that you have sworn under oath that the facts in the affidavit are true, the document has been signed in front of a notary public, and a notary public has signed and put a seal on the affidavit. The notary must see you sign it in front of him or her.
List of Documents/ Clearance/ Transcript of records/Notarized Documents that can be processed in the Philippine Embassy in Kuwait.
- DFA authenticated birth certificate
- Marriage certificate
- Transcript of records
- NBI clearance
- Notarized documents in the Philippines
- Copy of passports
- Civil ID
Note: The fee for getting your documents Notarized, certified or authenticated is (KD 7.5 per document)
Falsification of documents is a crime under Philippine and Kuwait laws.
NOTARY AND AUTHENTICATIONS SCHEDULE
- PROCESSING: 8:00AM – 12:30PM
- RELEASING: 1:00PM – 2:00PM (same day)
Here is the address and contact information of the Philippine Embassy in Kuwait
Address: 63 St, Kuwait
Phone: +965 2252 8422