Iran – Consent to issue passport and permission to travel (رضایتنامه خروج همسر و فرزندان)

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Consenting to Iranian passport and providing permission to travel

IranDoes your family in Iran need to travel? For women and children under 18 years, the law in Iran requires consent from their husband or father.

In Australia, the Iranian Embassy in Canberra (سفارت جمهوری اسلامی ايران – کان) can help you to issue Iranian passports and grant permission for travel.

But what steps do you need to follow to avoid unnecessary delays and additional costs?

Generally, you can grant consent for your family to travel by signing a consent form (رضایتنامه خروج همسر و فرزندان) before a notary public (دفتر اسناد رسمی). The notarised consent form should be sent to the Embassy (or to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for authentication) for processing or even for delivery to Iran – depending on where your family may be living at the time.

If you are not sure of what documents you must submit to the Embassy or the exact process that you must follow, you should contact the Embassy for more information by visiting their website or phoning them on +61 2 6290 7000. The standard consent form is also available from the Embassy and can be easily downloaded and printed. By understanding this process or knowing where to get help means you can avoid unnecessary delays and additional costs.

Our experienced notary public is familiar with assisting clients with the consent to issue Iranian passports and permission to travel intended for women and children under 18 years. We frequently assist clients with urgent documentation for Iran on short notice and work closely with various migrant centres and community organisations to assist members of the Iranian community.

You can also find our other posts other other issues such as a power of attorney for Iran (وكالتنامه) as all documents signed in Australia for use in Iran must be notarised by a notary public.

If you are looking for how a notary public can help you with international travel and parental consent issues for countries, please visit our previous post.

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Do you have any questions regarding this article?

If you have never had to have a document notarised before, you may find our role as a notary public, the notary public services that we provide, and this whole process (especially authentication, legalisation and apostille) to be confusing and daunting. Do not worry! We are here to try to simplify it, make it easy for you to understand, and to guide you or assist you with achieving your desired goal.

Please contact us or visit our Frequently Asked Questions for more information regarding this article or our notary public services.

Click here to see the flowchart that we created to help you understand the process regarding notarisation, apostille, authentication and legalisation.

So, what next?

If you are now ready to proceed with having your document notarised, please visit our Notary Fees page for a FREE quote on our notary public services or just call us on 02 9687 8885 and speak to our friendly staff about your requirements.

Why choose Phang Legal for your notary public services?

We are a leading provider of notary public services in Sydney known for our low-cost fixed fee notary services, our availability to provide notary public services on short notice, and our focus on personal and timely notary public services. With our offices conveniently located in Parramatta, the geographic centre of the Sydney metropolitan area, our notary public assists clients from across all suburbs of Sydney and beyond.

Ern Phang, Notary Public

Ern Phang
Notary Public

This website is maintained by Phang Legal, an incorporated legal practice in Parramatta and a leading provider of notary public services to clients across Sydney. Extensive experience and low-cost fixed prices ensures quality services and satisfied clients.

Ern Phang is the solicitor director of Phang Legal and a notary public. Ern regularly writes about his experiences as a notary public and the kinds of issues faced by his clients in sending documents overseas.

All information contained in this article is for general purposes only and correct as at the time of publication. You should only rely on information and advice that is specific to your situation and current at the time you wish to rely on it.

Posted: 2012-04-18 09:00:24 / Last edited: 2013-11-12 11:20:22