Public Notary India services for any Indian Consulate work available at iVacs Australia
iVacs Australia has launched Notary Public Services to enable members of the community to notarize their documents as per the legal requirement of the NSW state at a nominal and affordable cost. At iVacs Australia, through this new services member of community can now authenticate official, government and personal documents. As part of the iVacs Australia services, a notary would be available to witness signing of documents and to certify true copies of the original documents for use overseas.
Due to high demand of Indian consulate work for NSW, iVacs Australia has engaged Kelvin, an authorised Notary Public to assist community with a legalisation of document as a capacity of Public Notary NSW. The Appointments are readily available usually the same day by contacting iVacs Australia.
In New South Wales, Public notaries are the only authorized entities to authenticate, certify and witness foreign documents under the Public Notaries Act, 1997. The service is being offered at Kelvin’s office in Blacktown. iVacs Australia will assist you booking an appoint with Notary public, for those who only required document to be attested needs not to remain present and they can send their original document to iVacs Australia which we can then take a photo copy and get it attested and submit it to VFS Global office or Indian consulate offices.
Indian Attestation, Legalisation of documents
The Public Notary India service is being made available to iVacs Australia client at an affordable cost to assist members of the community in need of such legal services. With the considerable increase in the number of migrant community members from the Indian subcontinent living in NSW, accessibility and affordability for such services. As we understand in current time due to COVID-19 many of us not able to Travel to India, the documents such as “Power of Attorney” has become very crucial, when you have a POA content written from Australian or Indian solicitors, iVacs Australia can print document for you and book an appointment on your behalf with our Notary public time that suits your need, this includes after hours service, weekends and late nights notary services.
For Information on Notary Service Requirement, refer to Indian consulate publication at https://www.cgisydney.gov.in/pdf/marquee/Advisory_on_attestation_of_documents_9_Sept_2020.pdf
ABOUT OUR (iVacs Australia) PUBLIC NOTARY INDIA
Our public notary, Kelvin Low B Ec. LLB, is an Accredited Specialist in Family Law. Kelvin can also assist you in the following areas: Divorce, Property Disputes, Child Custody, Child Support, Child Contact, and Parentage Disputes Kelvin Low is a highly experienced litigation lawyer who heads the litigation section of Low Doherty & Stratford since 1980. Kelvin is one of the first suburban solicitors to be accredited as a specialist in Family Law in 1993. Kelvin was for many years a Local Court Arbitrator. His relevant experience includes appearing Local Court, District Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, Family Court of Australia, Federal Magistrates Court, Compensation Court, Workers Compensation Commission
Indian Consulate and the Attestation of Documents
Because of the requires of the International Convention on the legalisation of documents, when you submit a document that has been notarised in preparation for use in India, you need to have an apostille attached to the document by the Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and then further attestation can be done through VFS global at Indian Consulate.
As per provision of The Hague Apostille Convention, documents apostilled by DFAT (department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) Australia do not need any further attestation from Consulate General of India however it is Individual choice to have an additional attestation of the DFAT apostilled document from Indian consulate or High Commission. The person who hold Australia passport wishes to have documents attestation from Indian consulate then they must have their document first apostilled from DFAT, without this, your application will not be accepted. On the other hand, person who hold an Indian passport can submit their miscellaneous services application through iVacs Australia (which will be submitted to VFS global) for attestation with Indian consulate without having their documents Apostilled from DFAT.
At iVacs Australia, we will take care of everything you need to get your job done. Please contact us for your Public Notary requirement for various Indian consulate application such as OCI, Indian driver licence verification statutory declaration, damaged passport, lost passport or any other declaration which requires applicant signatures to be witnessed by Public Notary Australia.
Please contact iVacs Australia for any Indian Consulate related Public Notary work.