The Embassy Of The
Hashemite Kingdom Of Jordan
|تعليمات التصريح عن العنوان لسنة 2015
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Electronic registration for Jordanian Students abroad
Registation for for Jordanian Students in Hungary, Slovak Republic, Czech Republic and Republic of Slovenia
Address Registation 2015
Jordanian Community Conference
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Personal status documents have to be legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country of origin. The legalization fee for personal status documents is Euro 20 per stamp.
All documents issued in Jordan whish need to be used in Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovenia or Slovakia should be legalized by the Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates in Amman in order to be legalized by the Jordanian Embassy in Vienna.
Powers of Attorney can be commercial documents so the legalization fee is 84 Euro when related to business authorizations. However, if the power of attorney is a personal document the legalization fee is 20 Euro when related to personal authorizations.
-by cash or by money transfer to the below bank connection:
IBAN: IBAN= AT20 1200 0101 1191 7200
The process takes at least four working days in case of submission of documents in person. Please note that the opening hours are Monday-Friday from 9:30-12:30.
In case of sending the documents by post the process takes approximately one week. Please make sure you send a pre-paid self-addressed special envelope for the sufficient weight to enable us to return your documents back by post to you after getting them legalized. Alternatively you may collect the documents in person four working days after receipt of the documents during our opening hours.
We strongly recommend you keep the return special delivery tracking number so you can track your document yourself since the consular section does NOT provide any updates related to delivery.
For further information please contact the consular section at: firstname.lastname@example.org