|Monday - Thursday||Collection Timing||Delivery of Documents|
|0930 - 1230 Hours||1500 - 1600 Hours|
|Friday||0930 - 1200 Hours||1500 - 1600 Hours|
For General queries / Visa info: 03-5421-7741 / 7742 (Ext. #20)
For Attestation / Consular services: 03-5421-7741 / 7742 (Ext. #24 & #34)
For Passport: 03-5421-7741 / 7742 (Ext. #13) Direct 03-5421-3629
Emergency helpline (24/7): 080-3347-6786
I ) Passport
Check our MRP Section for further details.
II ) NICOP, POC, CRC, FRC, Juvenile Card & Cancellation Certificate
NADRA only accepts online applications for preparation of NICOP, POC, Juvenile Card (JV), Child Registration Certificate (CRC), Family Registration Certificate (FRC) and Cancellation Certificate.For online submission of application, please visit NADRA website at the following link:
III ) Instructions for issuing miscellaneous certificates
i. Original Pakistani Passport
ii. CNIC copy
iii. Zairyu card copy
iv. Duly filled Application Form (available on Embassy website)
v. Fee Yen.1000/-
Driving License Registration Certificate
i. Original driving license
ii. Copy of valid Passport
iii. CNIC copy
iv. Zairyu card copy
v. Fee Yen.1000/-
Marriage Registration Certificate
i. Original Marriage Certificate, issued, within period of last three months, by concerned City Government of Japan.
ii. Copies of Valid Passports of husband and wife, (copy of valid CNIC, in case of Pakistani husband or wife).
iii. Copy of Zairyu Card (in case of Pakistani husband or wife).
iv. 02 passport size photographs (both of husband and wife).
v. Fee Yen.3000/-
Spelling Certificates of children
i. Kosikotun Letter from City Government
ii. Copy of Valid Pakistani Passport & CNIC
Child Birth Registration Certificate
i. Duly filled S-1 form (embassy website)
ii. Child Birth Certificate
iii. Parent’s residential certificates (juminhyo)
iv. Copy of Koskitohan (if mother’s nationality is Japanese)
v. Both parent’s passport copies
vi. Their CNIC copies
vii. Zairyu Card copies
viii. One picture (passport size)
ix. Fee Yen.1000/-
For issuance of any kind of Certificate, Application Form + Fee are required.
IV ) Instructions for Attestation
- Any Document including marriage certificate issued from Pakistan can only be countersigned by the Embassy, if it is attested by the Foreign Office in Pakistan either from Islamabad or from Camp Offices in four provinces.
- Documents issued from Japan can be attested by the mission if attested by the Japanese Foreign Office.
- The documents to be attested should not be older than three (3) months.
- For Attestation of the Power of Attorney, the Executant (Principal) has appear at Embassy. The Power of Attorney must bear signatures of 2 witnesses with copies of their passports/CNIC including 2 pictures of Executant, copies of his/her valid passport, CNIC and Zairyu Card.
For processing online Attestation of the Power of Attorney visit the link: https://poa.nadra.gov.pk/
- Education Certificates/ Degrees must be attested by HEC and MoFA before submission.
- Consular Form
- Marriage Registration
- Loss of Passport
- Citizenship Form
- Children Registration
- Registration Form
- Undertaking Form
- Signatures Certificate
- Affidavit for NICOP
- Life Certificate
|1||ATTESTATION PER PAGE||YEN 1,000|
|2||MARRIAGE REGISTRATION||YEN 3,000|
|3||CERTIFICATES (DRIVING LICENCE, NATIONALITY, ETC.)||YEN 1,000|
For Consular and Community affairs, please email us at: [email protected]
For MRP/NADRA affairs, please email us at: [email protected]
Focal Persons for Pakistani Diaspora:
Name and Designation
Mr. Shakeel Ahmad /
Mr. Allauddin Khan
Mob. 0081-80-3347-6786 (In case of Emergency Assistance/Guidance)
Chaudhary Talha Bin Khalid
Email: [email protected]
(For issues related to Mission)
List of Do’s
Bowing is commonplace in Japan. Reciprocal bow or tilt of head is recommended.
Do use “san” after someone’s name
Do say thank you after ending of a topic even if it is repetitive.
Do use two hands to accept business cards, give and receive gifts.
Do take your shoes off when entering a school, house, temple, or shrine – if you see shoes at the entrance, take yours off too.
Do say “Ohayogozaimasu” in the morning until 11:00 am or when you first walk into work.
Do say “Konnichiwa” from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Do say “Sayonara” when you part with someone for the day.
Do put your palms together before eating, it is a polite way of expressing “Thank you for the meal I am about to receive).
Do say “OjamaShimasu” when entering a house, it means like “I am going to disturb you”.
Do arrange your shoes nicely with toes facing the door after taking them off when visiting someone’s home.
Do smoke in designated areas.
Do cover your mouth with your other hand when using a toothpick.
Do wait to be told where to sit at meals or formal occasions.
Do give gifts to co-workers, friends, and relatives in December (called Oseibo) and in June (called Ochugen).
Do stay on the left when walking, taking escalators, driving and riding bikes.
Do prepare business cards in advance before the meeting.
Do exchange business cards or name cards when meeting someone.
Do come on time for meeting (Japanese people come 5 to 10 minutes before the meeting).
Do dress appropriately to visit temple and shrine.
Do enter the shrine from torii gate.
List of Don’ts
Don’t raise voice if you disagree.
Don’t walk in front of the host or hostess.
Don’t start green tea or food before the host or hostess.
Don’t’ walk around eating or smoking (it is considered an insult).
Don’t use “san” after a child’s name.
Don’t blow you nose loudly in public.
Don’t leave a tip or count your change.
Don’t forget to put on slippers after taking off your shoes, they will be visible at the entrance.
Don’t point at people or things, it is considered rude in Japan.
Don’t emphasize on a single topic even if it seems it is not being understood.
Don’t burl at the table.
Don’t ignore the queuing system.
Don’t be loud on public transportation.
Don’t raise your voice while talking on phone (talking on the phone on the train is considered rude in Japan).
Don’t maintain eye contact unless you are dealing with business, it is considered rude and a sign of Japanese society’s aggression.
Don’t use your phone in a sacred place like a temple, put the phone on silent and don’t answer until you’re off the premises.
Don’t visit a shrine when you are sick, wounded or mourning.
Don’t take photos inside the temple or shrine.