A notarial or other official act performed by an official of the Indonesian government on a document intended for use in the Philippines should be verified by an officer of the Philippine Embassy. The officer of the Philippine Embassy shall then issue a Certificate of Authentication in order to give the service legal force and effect in the Philippines.
1. The document must be notarized by and have the stamp of:
Ministry of Law and Human Rights
(Dirjen AHU (Administrasi Hukum Umum Kementrian Hukum dan HAM )
Address: Jl. H.R. Rasuna said Kav 6-7 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan ( depan Pasar Festival)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA)
(Dirjen Protokol dan Konsuler Kementrian Luar Negeri)
Address: Jl. Pejambon No. 6, Jakarta Pusat (dekat Lapangan Banten/Borobudur Hotel
2. Original and photocopy of the notarized document to be authenticated.
3. Processing fee of Rp 375,000 per document (cash only).
Note: Authentication is called legalization (of documents) in Indonesia.