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Miscellaneous and related services Fees

Note: Currently due to Covid-19 pandemic, Embassy is closed for Public and Applications can be submitted only by post or dropping the documents in the postbox outside the Embassy. Also, please provide us a self addressed stamped return envelope and payment proof of the fee with the documents. 

 

Attestation fees can be paid by Dankort at the Embassy or by bank transfer (Embassy of India Account No: 4001-11421733  with Danske Bank).


 


Sr. No.

Nature of service

Fees in DKK (inclusive of ICWF)

1.

Attestation of civil documents (affidavits, Indian passport, PAN card, Aadhar card, Driver's License attestation,  NRI certifcate, educational degree, sponsorship certificates, marriage certificates, wills, General Power of Attorney etc.)

85

2.

Attestation of affidavits/documents/Power of Attorney pertaining  to property

145

3.

Registration of birth & Birth Certificate

145

4.

Solemnizing Marriage

325

5.

Attestation of commercial documents

325

6.

Re-issue of International Driving Permit

85

7.

Life Certificate (for pensioners)

Gratis

8.

Death Certificate (for Indian national)

Gratis

9.

Police Clearance Certificate (PCC)

175

10.

Emergency Certificate

115

Attestation of Documents- Please note: Attestation of Danish documents like Birth/Marriage certificate, CPR, Residence Permit, Tax document/Salary slip, Rental agreement etc. from Denmark should have Apostille stamp from the Danish Ministry of foreign affairs.


Note: Currently due to Covid-19 pandemic, Embassy is closed for Public and Applications can be submitted only by post, so copy of supporting documents like Passport, CPR card and Residence permit will be sufficient and originals are not required.


1.     Power of Attorney (General POA/Affidivit/ Document attestation like Passport, PAN card, Aadhar card)

Requirements for attestation of Power of Attorney/Affidavit/Passport/PAN/Aadhar

·        Original document for the attestation

·        Copy of the document for the Embassy’s record

·        Current passport in original and copies (first & last page)

·        One recent photograph of the executant (In case of general POA)

·        Copy of CPR Card and Residence Permit (front and back)

 

2.     Power of Attorney (Property Matters)

Requirements for attestation of Power of Attorney (Related to Property Matters):

·    Original and photocopy of the Power of Attorney to be signed before the Consular Officer of the Embassy.

·    Current passport in original and copies (first & last page)

·    One recent photograph of the executant

·    Copy of CPR Card and Residence Permit (front and back)

 

3.     Document attestation relating to trade and commerce (for Danish Nationals)

Requirements for attestation of Power of Attorney (other than Property Matters):

·    Original commercial document to be signed by the Consular Officer of the Embassy. (Please note: Commercial document should be notarized and apostilled from the ministry of foreign affairs, Denmark before it is presented to Embassy for attestation)

·    Copy of original document for the Embassy’s record.

        ·   A cover letter on a company letter head explaining the reason 

 

 

 4.   Academic Degree / Marriage Certificate/Birth Certificate

 

Requirements for attestation of Academic Degree / Certificate:

 

If original degree / certificate is to be attested:

 

·   Original and a photocopy of the Degree/Certificate duly attested by the General Administration Department of the concerned State and the Consular Section, Ministry of External Affairs, Patiala House, New Delhi.

·    Current passport in original and copies (first & last page)

·    Original and photocopy of CPR Card and Residence Permit (front & back side) 

If a copy of the degree / certificate is to be attested: 

·   Original and two photocopies of the Degree/Certificate duly attested by the General Administration Department of the concerned State and the Consular Section, Ministry of External Affairs, Patiala House, New Delhi.

·    Current passport in original and copies (first & last page)

·    Original and photocopy of CPR Card and Residence Permit (front & back side)

 

5.  NRI Certificate

 

 Requirements for NRI Certificate:

·    Cover Letter explaining the reason of NRI certificate

·    Current passport in original and copies (first & last page)

·    Original and photocopy of CPR Card and Residence Permit (front & back side)

·     Photocopy of passport page showing first arrival in Denmark


6.  Life Certificate

 

 Requirements for attestation of Life Certificate:

 

·    Come personally at the Embassy's counter

·    Original and one photocopy of the Life Certificate in the Format prescribed by the concerned Bank/Institution to be signed before the Consular Officer of the Embassy

·    Current passport in original and copies (first & last page)

·    Original and photocopy of CPR Card and Residence Permit (front & back side)

  

7.  Bank Account Opening Form (NRI/NRO)

 

Requirements for attestation of bank account opening form:


·    Original and one photocopy of the Account Opening Form as prescribed by the concerned Bank/Institution to be signed before the Consular Officer of the Embassy.

·    Current passport in original and copies (first & last page)

·    Original and photocopy of CPR Card and Residence Permit (front & back side)

 

8.  Driving License Attestation


Requirements for attestation Driving License Attestation:

 

·    Copy of driving license

·   Either print out of driving licence details from the internet (state RTO website) OR a letter from the corresponding RTO in India (A copy will do, original not required)

·    Copy of Passport (first & last page)

·    Original for verification and photocopy of CPR Card and Residence Permit (front & back side)

·     Payment can be made by Dankort or online transfer (a copy of online transfer is required)

·    Telephone number of the applicant

 

 9.  Re-issuance of International Driving Permit (IDP)

 

Requirements for re-issuance of IDP are: 

·        Copy of expired IDP

·        Copy of valid domestic driving licence;

·        Print out of driving licence details from the internet (state RTO website) OR a letter from the corresponding RTO in India

·        Copy of Passport ((first & last page)

·        Copies of CPR card and residence permit

Note: Mission will issue a receipt to the applicant. Applicant will have to apply for fresh issue of IDP through the portal www.parivahan.gov.in and upload the documents including the receipt issued by the Embassy. On receipt of application through the portal, the licensing authority, on verification of the documents, shall issue the IDP and shall courier it directly to the address of the applicant.

 

10.  Police Clearance Certificate

 

Requirements for Police Clearance Certificate:

 

·    Print out of duly filled   Online PCC Application Form

·    Two recent passport-size photographs

·    Letter from Embassy which has asked for Police Clearance Certificate

·   Please note that PCC will be issued subject to prior Police clearance from India. As this will take some time, please apply well in advance

·    Current passport in original and copies (first & last page)

·    Original and photocopy of CPR Card and Residence Permit (front & back side)

 

11.  Birth Certificate & Registration

 

Requirements for Birth Certificate & Registration

·   The birth of every child born to Indian parent(s) in Denmark is required to be registered with the Embassy of India, Copenhagen, within one year of the birth of child under Section 4(1) of the Indian Citizenship Act, 1955.

·    A Birth Certificate is issued by the Embassy to the child after registering his/her name as an Indian national.

·    An application should also be filed online for issue of an Indian Passport to the New Born child. The printed copy of the application should be submitted to the Embassy with photograph of the child and applicable fees.

·    The registration for Indian Citizenship by descent under Section 4(1) of the Indian Citizenship Act, 1955 should be made online only at https://mha.nic.in/icweb/ic_form_public.aspx.

[Note: Indian Nationals born in Denmark whose birth was registered with the Embassy, may apply for a duplicate copy of the Birth Certificate on payment of Dkr 170. They should provide details of original registration (date and number) and also fill up Birth Certificate Form in duplicate. ]

 

12.  Emergency Certificate (Emergency Certificate for travelling back to India):

 

 Requirements for issue of an Emergency Certificate for one-way travel to India in case of non-availability of a valid Passport with the applicant and where a new passport cannot be issued

·        Click here for Online Emergency Certificate Form

·        Proof of Identity / Passport copy / Driving License, etc

·        Four ( 4) Identical recent passport size photographs.

·        Flight ticket to India

 

13.  Solemnizing Marriage

 

Under the Foreign Marriage Act, 1969, the Embassy is authorized to solemnize a marriage when one or both the partners are Indian citizens and are residing abroad.

Requirements - When one partner is Indian and the other partner is a foreigner:

·    An advertisement in the newspaper (both in English and the native language of the Indian partner) in India which is widely read in the hometown of boy/girl giving the name/address and other particulars of the boy/girl, announcing their intention to marry and that if anyone has any objection to the marriage, he/she may contact the Embassy of India, Copenhagen.

·    A letter from the Embassy of the country to which the foreign partner belongs stating that the Embassy does not have any objection to the marriage of its national.

·    An affidavit (Form 8A.pdf) from a court in India on stamp paper issued by a notary and advocate stating that the parents of the Indian partner do not have any objection to the marriage. This affidavit is to be produced by the Indian partner only. Affidavit should be strictly on the lines of the specimen provided in Form 8A.pdf

·    Photocopies of inside cover pages and other relevant pages of the passports of both partners.

·    One passport size recent colour photograph each of both the partners.

·    Marriage Declaration form (Form 8B.pdf) to be submitted to the Consular Officer, duly signed by the partners. The Form is to be signed before the Consular Officer who would attest the same on payment of attestation fee of DKr. 85

·    Marriage fees of Dkr 425/- is to be deposited at the time of submission of the Notice of Intended Marriage (Form 8C.pdf), other documents listed at Sl. 1 to 5 above, at least three months prior to the proposed date of marriage.

Requirements - When both the partners are Indian citizens:

·    An advertisement in the newspaper (both in English and the native language) in India which is widely read in the hometown of boy/girl giving the name/address and other particulars of the boy/girl, announcing their intention to marry and that if anyone has any objection o the marriage, he/she may contact the Embassy of India, Copenhagen.

·        An affidavit (Form 8A.pdf) from a court in India on stamp paper issued by a notary and advocate stating that the parents of the boy do not have any objection to the marriage and that their son has not contracted any marriage so far. Affidavit should be strictly on the lines of the specimen provided in Form 8A.pdf.

·         An affidavit (Form 8A.pdf) from a court in India on stamp paper issued by a notary and advocate stating that the parents of the girl do not have any objection to the marriage and that their daughter has not contracted any marriage so far. Affidavit should be strictly on the lines of the specimen provided in Form 8A.pdf.

·    Photocopies of inside cover pages and other relevant pages of the passports of both partners.

·    One passport size recent colour photograph each of both the partners.

·    Marriage Declaration form (Form 8B.pdf) to be submitted to the Consular Officer, duly signed by the partners. The Form is to be signed before the Consular Officer who would attest the same on payment of attestation fee of Dkr. 85/-

·        Marriage fees of DKr. 400/- is to be deposited at the time of submission of the Notice of Intended Marriage (Form 8C.pdf), other documents listed at Sl. 1 to 5 above, at least three months prior to the proposed date of marriage.

 

14.  Import of Pets under Baggage


    The Central Board of Excise & Customs has re-examined the present policy of import of two pets by passengers in view of representations received in this regard.  Accordingly, it has been decided to allow import of two pet animals as baggage only to persons transferring their residence to India after two years of continuous stay abroad in terms of Baggage Rules 1998 subject to production of the required health certificate from the country of origin and examination of the said pets by the concerned Quarantine Officer.  This new dispensation shall come into force with effect from 15th April, 2013.


Time Frame for Consular services provided by Mission

Sl.No.

Service

Indicative Time for Delivery

Remarks

1.

Attestation of documents / verification of Driving License

3 working days

Subject to receipt of complete documentation.

2.

Registration of birth and issue of certificate

3 working days

Subject to receipt of complete documentation and necessary clearances.

3.

Registration of death and issue of certificate

3 working days

Subject to receipt of complete documentation and necessary clearances.

4.

Registration of marriage and issue of certificate

3 working days

Subject to receipt of complete documentation and necessary clearances.

5.

Execution of affidavit by Indian nationals

3 working days

 Subject to receipt of complete documentation and necessary clearances

6.

Power of attorneys

3 working days

Subject to receipt of complete documentation and necessary clearances.

7.

Miscellaneous consular services

3 working days

Subject to receipt of complete documentation and necessary clearances.

8.

Documentation relating to repatriation of mortal remains in case of death of Indian national abroad

2 working days

Subject to receipt of complete documentation.

9.

Attending to distress calls from Indian nationals

24 hours

 

10.

Surrender-cum-renunciation of citizenship certificate for Indian nationals applying for foreign citizenship

3 working days

Subject to receipt of complete documentation and necessary clearances.