Egyptian Consulate

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Fees may vary so please check wih the consulate for further details

Type of transactionRequired Documents
(General – private – judicial – banks – declarations – the establishment of companies) (private includes: the sale of a car – the sale of property – recruitment – marital matters). The power of attorney is issued to Egyptians only: In the presence of the client himself and after confirming his identity from the Egyptian passport or national ID card (valid), the power of attorney is written and signed by the citizen before the competent administrative attaché.
The person assigned to him must be available (his full name – his national number – his address registered in the national number card).
Fees required: £ 20.
Ratification of Egyptian documents and documents certified by the authorities of the Arab Republic of Egypt Any ratification issued by the Arab Republic of Egypt shall be ratified provided that it is first certified by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Fees required: £ 20.
Ratification of documents issued by foreign authorities after ratification by the British Foreign Office Any document issued by any non-Egyptian entity shall be certified provided that it is first certified by the British Foreign Office.
Fees required: £ 20.
Commercial validations Certificates of origin, commercial invoices and commercial documents shall be certified upon ratification by the British Foreign Office or the Egyptian British Chamber of Commerce.
Fees required: £ 44.
Renewing / issuing an Egyptian passport Original expired passport.
National ID card for the older than 16 years (to obtain a passport valid for 7 years), or mechanized birth certificate national number (to obtain a passport valid for one year).
A mechanized birth certificate for the age of less than 16 years.
3 personal photos.
A copy of the military service certificate.
Consular fee of £ 110.
Passport issuance / replacement Copy of lost passport.
Copy of national ID card.
Birth certificate.
A copy of the exemption from conscription (for those over the age of 29).
Fees 115 pounds, to be paid after obtaining approval from the Passports Authority.
Birth date 3 months ago Original British birth certificate.
Passport of father and mother or national ID card (valid)
Copy of marriage contract (official).
Publication of Islam to the mother if the wife is a foreign and Muslim.
Fees £ 6.
Birth after 3 months Original British birth certificate.
Passport of father and mother or national ID card (valid)
Copy of marriage contract (official) (Islamic marriage contract does not count).
Publication of Islam to the mother if the wife is a foreign and Muslim.
Fees: £ 35.
Issuing an automated birth certificate Passport of father and mother
Copy of birth certificate (if any)
Fees: £ 29.
Issuing an automated death certificate The deceased’s passport or national ID card
Proof of the applicant (passport or card)
Copy of paper death
Fees £ 29.5
Dual citizenship (obtaining permission to naturalize British citizenship while retaining Egyptian nationality) The citizen is present himself
3 personal photos of the citizen.
A copy of the mechanized birth certificate of the concerned person
Copy of the Egyptian passport and national ID card of the concerned person.
A copy of the valid British passport for the concerned person.
A copy of the mechanized birth certificate of the father of the citizen.
A copy of the British citizenship certificate.
Copy of birth certificate of the grandfather of the advanced citizen.
The following information is required to be included in the application for naturalization in British nationality while retaining the Egyptian nationality (date of birth of grandfather and place of birth, names of uncle / aunt – profession – address in Egypt)
Fees required: £ 4.5.
Egyptian nationality application for foreign wife The Egyptian husband and the foreign wife are present themselves to submit the application.
Copy of marriage certificate (Egyptian).
Copy of the wife’s birth certificate.
Copy of the spouse’s passport (valid).
Copy of the husband’s birth certificate and father’s birth certificate (mechanized birth certificate).
Four (4) personal photos of the wife.
A number of forms and declarations in the consulate are edited.
The husband and wife must attend the consulate headquarters every 6 months to sign a declaration of continuity of marital life for two years.
Required Fees: 2370.00 GBP
Exemption from conscription (dual nationality) The citizen is present himself.
Editing the 6-man form (available at the Consulate).
A certified copy of the ministerial decree authorizing naturalization. British while retaining Egyptian nationality.
A certified copy of the recruitment statement issued by the Department of Passports, Immigration and Nationality.
A certified copy of the mechanized birth certificate of the citizen.
A certified copy of the national ID card.
A certified copy of the Egyptian passport.
A certified copy of the mechanized birth certificate of the father of the citizen.
A certified copy of the British passport for the citizen.
Fees £ 11.
Exemption from recruitment (single parents) The citizen is present himself.
Editing a family statement (Form 1 Soldier) written by members of the said family and approved and stamped by the Consulate (located in the Consulate).
Original automated family registration document (to be brought from Cairo by the citizen).
A certified copy of the birth certificate of the citizen.
A certified copy of the national ID card of the citizen
A certified copy of the national ID card of the citizen’s father
A certified copy of the birth certificate of the brothers
A certified copy of the national ID card of the nearest Egyptian relatives who know the family of the citizen.
Sign the Form 1 enlisted.
Fees £ 15.
Criminal Evidence Service To extract the criminal status sheet for Egyptian or foreign nationals: The citizen himself shall be present at the premises of the consular mission.
Presenting 1 passport-size photo of the citizen and a copy of the passport.
Fees required: £ 17
Correct the documents issued by the Civil Status Authority Passport or valid national ID card of the applicant
The image of the document to be corrected.
Consular fee: £ 8.
marriage One of the parties to the contract shall be Egyptian nationals
Egyptian passport or national ID card (valid)
Passport wife (sari)
NOC for foreign wife (translated into Arabic and approved by the British Foreign Office and Consulate General)
Birth certificate of the husband
Wife’s birth certificate or mother’s name card
A health certificate for the husband and another for the wife from the health insurance in the United Kingdom stating that there is nothing to prevent marriage
5 personal photos of the husband and 5 pictures of the wife
2 Egyptian male witnesses holding Egyptian passports or valid national ID cards
Photos of all documents should be sent to the following email no later than 30/10/2017 with full contact details
info@egyptconsulate.co.uk
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