Power of Attorney (Procuration):
This document is issued to enable an Algerian citizen living in the UK or the Republic of Ireland to appoint someone to carry out an administrative or judicial procedure on his behalf in Algeria. For example, the power of attorney can be used to buy or sell a property in Algeria, to run a business, ...
On the contrary, it cannot be used for marriage.
The power of attorney is personal and the presence of the applicant at the Consulate is obligatory. Applications made by post are no longer accepted.
Applying in person:
- Application form to be filled in and signed by the applicant at the consulate;
- Proof of identity: consular registration card, passport or national identity card (other documents are not considered valid);
- Fees: £5 , cash or by postal order only.
The Algerian consulate in London informs the Algerian citizens living in the United Kingdom and Ireland that in order for the consulate to approve the following document procuration, the physical presence of applicants is essential.