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Govít asks Parliament to annul state fee for requesting of documents abroad

By Messenger Staff
Wednesday, May 18
The Government of Georgia has appealed to Parliament to annual the state fee for Georgian citizens who wish to obtain various official documents from relevant foreign institutions.

After the confirmation of the amendment by the legislative body, Georgian citizens will request Georgiaís Ministry of Foreign Affairs that all necessary documentation and from any foreign state be granted free of charge.

The documents they can receive are the following:

A death certificate;

A court medical expert conclusion;

A courtís verdict about administrative and criminal cases;

A document about the progress of investigation about a criminal case:

A document about deportation;

In previous years, Georgians had to pay a state fee for obtaining the documents. The change will come into action in 15 days after Parliament votes for it.