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Drop Box Facility for attestation of documents at Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its Camp Offices

Islamabad, June 27, 2013 (PPI-OT): In order to facilitate the general public, following courier companies have been authorized to receive documents for attestation (except Power of Attorney) from Ministry of Foreign Affairs and all its Camp Offices located at four provincial headquarters. These are TCS, Gerry’s, OCS, UPS, Leopards.

This Ministry will receive documents in respect of Rawalpindi / Islamabad and its suburbs. Documents from other cities will be received by the respective camp office.

a) Service Charges:

Rs. 100/- In City (Rawalpindi-Islamabad, Karachi, Quetta, Peshawar, Lahore)
Rs. 200/- Out-City (Any city other than mentioned above)
i. Service charges shall be inclusive of all taxes.
ii. No additional service charges/hidden charges shall be admissible.
iii. The service Charges are for each applicant/case and not for each document.

Note: Expenditure on stamps to be affixed on documents will be borne by the applicant.

b) Loss of Documents by the Courier Companies:

i. The Courier Company shall be responsible for the total cost of reconstruction of any documents whether damaged or lost.

ii. Any cost involved in transportation/lodging of the person whose documents are damaged / lost shall also be borne by the Courier Company.

iii. No additional charges shall be levied on the affected person whose documents are damaged /lost.

The general public is requested to make use of the drop box facility. However, before submitting your documents please make sure that these are in order and fulfill all the requirements. Details are available in this Ministry’s web site: and also with the concerned courier companies.

For more information, contact:
Mr. Aizaz Ahmad Ch
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Government of Pakistan
Tell: 051-9205494
Fax: 051-9204202
Cell: 0336-5644459

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