For Special Power of Attorney, Wills and other notarial acts.
To obtain a power of attorney to be valid in Bolivia, the grantor has to personally come to the Bolivian Consulate with the following documents:
|P-1||1. Drafting and notarization of power of attorney or revocation of power of attorney; Signing legalization held not granted by the consular post; Additional testimony. (Fee for each of the services listed, for Bolivian individuals)||$ 50.00|
|2. Fotocopia legalizada del Poder o legalizar firma en la traducción de poder para persona boliviana||$ 15.00|
|P-2||1. Drafting and notarization of power or revocation of power; Signing legalization held not granted by the consular post; Additional testimony. (Fee for each of the detailed services to foreign individuals)||$ 120.00|
|2. Fotocopia legalizada del Poder o legalización de firma en la traducción de Poder para persona extranjera.||$ 50.00|
|P-3||Drafting of Power of Attorney for any of the following procedures: REJAP (Criminal Records), travel authorizations for minors, SENASIR, AFPs (Does not include war veterans or widows of war veterans).||$ 15.00|
|Power of Attorney Request Form|