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Documents and Procedure to apply for Greek AFM 10 months 1 week ago #49

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Required documents in order to apply for Greek AFM

The application can be made in person at a local Eforia or by an authorized person (for example lawyer or accountant) and an application form must be filled in (Form M1). The following documents are required:

Passport and a photocopy
A person without a passport must supply a birth certificate
The following documents, with photocopies, may be needed (the Eforia staff can confirm this):

Marriage certificate
Birth certificate
Visa or other relevant document for non-EU citizens
In general, documents that are in Latin script do not need to be translated.

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To download the form M1: Click here
If the application is not made in person, the authorized person must bring a declaration authorizing them to apply for the AFM on their behalf. This declaration is called Ipevthini dilosi.

Once the application has been handed in, the Eforia issues a document stating the AFM number, which is usually issued immediately.

Anyone with an AFM number is registered with the Greek authorities and must file an annual tax return.

 

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