The 2018 FIFA World Cup is almost upon us, and tickets bought in the Last Minute Phase are now available for collection in the various host cities up until the final Match day of the competition.
If you’re unable to collect tickets in person then you, as the Ticket Applicant, can ask somebody to collect those tickets for you, but the person attending will need to present the ticket office with a notarised power of attorney and also a notarised copy of the applicant’s ID, including a photograph of the applicant and that’s where Vanner Perez Notaries is able to help, so you can focus on enjoying the match and not worry about the paperwork.
We have already prepared a specimen power of attorney which we can help you fill in at your appointment with one of our notaries at our London Bridge offices, ready for you to sign. We’ll then notarise it and also notarise a copy of your passport or other ID document, all for £150 inc. VAT. If you already have a power of attorney that you want to sign, we are still more than happy to help you notarise your documents – contact us here to get an idea of cost and availability, but remember the first game (Russia v Saudi Arabia) kicks off on 14th June and the first England game, against Tunisia, is on 18th June, so you don’t have long!
Whilst you’re waiting for the first match to start, why not check out our 2018 FIFA World Cup sweepstake generator?