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The Consulate is authorized to draw up and verify in due form a notary act (power of attorney) by which one or several persons grant another person(s) the power to act on their behalf. Stating the will in the presence of a responsible consular officer is a main prerequisite for drawing up a notary act.

The principal can amend or revoke the power of attorney at any time. The signatures affixed to a respective document revoking the power of attorney are also subject to notarial verification.

In order to perform power of attorney please make an appointment at the Consulate General of Georgia

Please bring the following documents:

  1. Copy of the valid Georgian passport or ID card;
  2. 10 USD money order written out to the Consulate General of Georgia.

Please note that in order to perform power of attorney, the person who is granting the power to act on his/her behalf and the recipient of such act must be Georgian citizens with valid passports or ID cards.