Power of Attorney
When submitting your application to register the birth of your baby born in Qatar at the Embassy, you are kindly requested to obtain prior appointment to submit the application.
Please contact the Embassy for any appointment on the following Telephone numbers or you may call over personally between to 8.00 am to 1.00 pm on any working day and obtain an appointment from the receptionist of the Embassy.
Telephone Numbers : 44998660
1. Required Documents
Where a Power of Attorney is required for submission to a Court of Law in Sri Lanka or any other legal institution or matters related to legal implications, the applicant should obtain the Power of Attorney from a lawyer in Sri Lanka and bring the document to the Embassy along with the following documents that will be signed in the presence of a Diplomatic Officer at the Embassy;
- Power of Attorney prepared by a lawyer in Sri Lanka
- Applicant’s valid passport and QID
- Two witnesses with valid Sri Lankan Passports and QID
- Relevant official documents should be produced to substantiate the facts given in an Affidavit or a Power of Attorney.
- Prescribed fee for Power of Attorney- QAR 185/-
In the event of relevant official documents not being produced to substantiate the facts contained in an Affidavit or a Power of Attorney will not be considered for attestation.
The two witnesses are required to be in the Embassy for signing the Power of Attorney. The signing by the witnesses should be done at the Embassy. For signing the power of attorney, the owner of the document should physically be present at the Embassy from Sunday to Thursday between 8.30 AM – 1.00 PM.