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GREECE – Translation Requests via Agents Require Power of Attorney

The Translation Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Greece has announced that, from now on, any third party representative submitting any document for translation on behalf of an applicant of any nationality must present a signed legal authorisation form (power of attorney).

What is the Translation Service?

The Translation Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs provides certified translations of documents as required in support of various applications.

Action Items

  • Ensure that any third party representative instructed to deliver documents to the Translation Service, pay translation fees or collect completed translations holds a signed power of attorney authorising the representation.

This alert was prepared using information provided by Corporate Relocations Greece Ltd.

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