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Makassar, Indonesia

                                                                                                                                              

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Notarial service fees to increase from 1 January 2017

Notarial service fees will increase from 1 January 2017, following a recommendation from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Functional and Efficiency Review.

Notarial service fees have not increased in 16 years. 

The new fee schedule takes into account the annual rate of inflation in Australia since fees were last increased, the growing cost of delivering notarial services and rising demand.  The new fee schedule (attached) aligns with notarial service fees charged by commercial providers.

From 2018 onwards, notarial service fees will increase annually in line with the Consumer Price Index published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

For some services there are free alternatives available to clients, such as witnessing of documents by medical practitioners or police officers.

http://dfat.gov.au/news/media-releases/Pages/notarial-service-fees-to-increase-from-1-january-2017.aspx

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The Consul-General's Eastern Indonesia Blog

 

Ceremonial ribbon cutting to open the Australian Consulate-General in Makassar on 22 March 2016.  Left to right: Kalla Group CEO Ms Fatimah Kalla, Mayor of Makassar Mr Haji Mohammad Ramdhan Pomanto, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs the Hon. Julie Bishop MP, Vice Governor of South Sulawesi Mr Haji Agus Arifin Nu’mang, Australian Consul-General Mr Richard Mathews. Photo: DFAT/Timothy Tobing

Ceremonial ribbon cutting to open the Australian Consulate-General in Makassar on 22 March 2016.  Left to right: Kalla Group CEO Ms Fatimah Kalla, Mayor of Makassar Mr Haji Mohammad Ramdhan Pomanto, Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs the Hon. Julie Bishop MP, Vice Governor of South Sulawesi Mr Haji Agus Arifin Nu’mang, Australian Consul-General Mr Richard Mathews.  

Opening of Australian Consulate-General, Makassar, South Sulawesi

The Australian Consulate-General in Makassar, South Sulawesi, was officially opened by Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, and the Vice Governor of South Sulawesi Mr Haji Agus Arifin Nu’mang, on Tuesday 22 March 2016.

The Consulate-General promotes business, education, people-to-people and cultural links between Australia and Eastern Indonesia.

The Consulate-General also provides consular and passport services to Australian citizens in eleven provinces in Eastern Indonesia: South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi, West Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi, Gorontalo, North Sulawesi, Maluku, North Maluku, Papua, West Papua and East Nusa Tenggara.

Australia’s Consul-General to Eastern Indonesia is Mr Richard Mathews.

Message from Consul-General Richard Mathews

Strengthening Australia’s relations with Eastern Indonesia

We are excited about the prospects for developing Australia’s relations with the provinces of Eastern Indonesia and so are keen to establish a range of networks, drawing on the existing skills, knowledge and experiences of people from both our countries. We see great potential for building stronger trade and investment links, strengthening connections between schools and educational institutions in Eastern Indonesia and Australia, drawing on researcher and academic experiences, and further expanding our growing alumni groups.

Throughout 2016-17 we plan to visit all eleven provinces in Eastern Indonesia and establish or build on these networks. Stay tuned for further news on our plans for growing the relationships between Australia and Eastern Indonesia. In the meantime, follow us on twitter: @KonJenMakassar. You can also reach us by email at public-affairs-makassar@dfat.gov.au.

 

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