Getting different documents notarized and attested from Pakistan sometimes become very critical, especially if a government or private authority in your country of residence requires the documents to be notarized from Pakistan. In Pakistan, only a Licensed Notary Public can attest the documents. We can assist you to accomplish this task, as our associate(s) are officially authorized notary public in Islamabad. Just discuss with us the nature of documents, required to be notarized or attested, and we will offer you the most convenient way of getting this done in a professional manner.
Before moving forward, we would like to answer a very basic question, which most of the common people have about the notary public and often ask about the meanings and authority as per the law.
Notary Public means a procedure of authentication of any documents. A notary public is usually appointed by the Governmentas public official in non-continuous matters to help deter fraud.
Yes, we can get your documents notarized on the same day; you can just call and book an appointment on any business (working) day between 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PST) at 0300-9506646.
Our office is located in the jurisdiction of Islamabad District CourtsF-8 Markaz, details can be found in Contact Page.
Yes, it is mandatory to show your original documents along with the photocopies, which you want to apostle and notarized.
The use of gold seals along with a notary seal metal embosser on notarized document adds a significant professional quality to the document's appearance. These enhancements may often be requested by the recipient of documents that will be used in other countries or jurisdictions.
Yes in order to authenticate the attestation, the seal of every notary public shall be affixed by a seal press or stamp that will print or emboss a seal, which legibly reproduces under photographic methods the required elements of the seal.When notarizing, the seal must always imprint or emboss a photographically reproducible impression. We used an embosser in addition to the required photographically reproducible seal.
Handwrite their signature in ink, apply a stamp or seal showing their full name as it appears on their certificate of appointment and the province, district or territory in which they have been appointed. Indicate the act they performed (e.g. certifying a true copy) indicate the date on which they notarized the document.