Saturday25 January 2020   
 
 
 
 
Certificate of Celibacy is a verification that issued only for owner of document and upon his/ her request based on the recorded information on his/ her identity document.
 
 
 

Persons who are allowed to refer for taking certificate of celibacy:

1- Any person can request for issuance of certificate of celibacy by reference to NOCR at ID card issuance place of his/ her residence and or Department of Personal Identities Document at Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tehran and or IRI Consulates abroad.

2- The legal advocate (attorney) of the given person by presentation of ID card and official power of attorney in which taking of certificate of celibacy had been exclusively were mentioned in it.
 
 
 

The needed Documents:

1- Applicant’s ID card

2- Copies of first and second pages of ID card

3- Filling out the application form for issuance of certificate of celibacy

4- Payment of charge according to the current tariff
 
 
 

How to issue certificate of celibacy:

a) If applicant for certificate of celibacy resides inside the country, he/ she shall refer to the following address and/ or the closest registry office to his/ her residence place and present his/ her request.

Address: # 108, Building no. 6 General Bureau of Identity Affairs of the Iranians Abroad (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), across Sheikh Hadi St, Imam Khomeini Ave, Tehran   

b) If the applicant for certificate of celibacy resides abroad, he/ she shall refer to the closest IRI consulate and present his/ her request.

- Certificate of celibacy is solely issued within a day by NOCR at Ministry of Foreign Affaires

Note-1- In the case when a person rather than holder of ID card intends to take certificate of celibacy for him/ her, the mentioned person shall have an official power of attorney in which taking of certificate of celibacy had been explicitly mentioned there.

Note-2- Issuance of certificate of celibacy is subjected to presentation of the original ID card by the holder.
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