1- The Legal status of KAFALA
Under the terms of ordinance n ° 05-02 of February 27, 2005 modifying law n ° 84-11 of June 9, 1984 relating to the family code, the legal KAFALA is the commitment to take charge of the education and protection of a minor child, just as a father would for his child. The act established by the judge gives its beneficiary legal guardianship.
Conditions to be entitled to Kafala:
- Registered in the Consular Section.
- Being of Muslim faith.
- To be in a good health.
- To have a proven stable source of income.
- Age limit, 60 years for men and 50 for women.
Documents to provide for the constitution of the request:
A motivation letter of the couple applying for Kafala.
The couple's birth certificates.
A family civil status Booklet.
A copy of the Consular registration card of the couple.
Criminal records issued by the Hungarian or Slovenian authorities dating back less than three (03) months.
Copy of the last three pay slips.
Income tax notice for the previous fiscal year.
Proof of accommodation (rental contract or rent receipt).
Medical certificate for the couple.
2- Body Transfer Authorisation
The authorisation to transfer a body allows the repatriation of the body for the purpose of burial in Algeria of a citizen who died within the competence of our Consular Section and whose identity and Algerian nationality are confirmed.