Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
3 January 2021
Justice Ministry Rolls Out New Notarization e-Services, Alongside MCIT, ENPO

The Ministry of Justice, in collaboration with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) and the Egyptian National Post Organization (ENPO), has opened six new notarization offices: 10th Of Ramadan 1 and Housing Officers Haykstep Post Offices in Cairo; Ras El Teen Post Office in Alexandria; Awlad Saqr Post Office in Sharkia; Qasr El-Basel Post Office in Fayoum; and Qeft Post Office in Qena. Smouha Sporting Club Post Office in Alexandria has been developed as well.

This comes as part of the state’s plan to render better notarization services to citizens, more smoothly and quickly. The new offices operate drawing on the single-window system, according to the latest technologies.
Digital Egypt services have been made available to citizens through the website, with the aim to save time and effort, and reduce overcrowding in post offices. Citizens, through the website, have access to a number of notarization e-services, including powers of attorney, marriage-related documents, car licensing and other official documents, where citizens fill in the required forms and pay the fees online, then choose the preferred time and office for collecting the document.
Moreover, an Android application was created to help citizens in Minya, Assiut, Qalyubia, Dakahlia, Gharbia and Beni Suef Governorates, have powers of attorney.
More offices and mobile phone-enabled services are to be available soon in more governorates, with the aim to ease access of citizens to notarization services and reduce overcrowding, especially amid COVID-19.
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