Apostille Services

Apostille is a French word meaning a certificate. It is commonly used in English to refer to the legalization of international use document under the terms of the Hague Convention in 1961 to cancel the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents. Acceptance of documents that have been certified by a notary public, and certain other documents, and a certificate with the corresponding legal for use in all countries that have signed the Convention of The Hague Apostille

Apostille certificate verifies that the document to which it relates is authentic were examined in the country of origin. Once on the certificate or comment on the nature of the document certified and accepted by the authorities abroad in countries that joined the Hague Convention. Requirements vary from one country to the many countries that are not parties to the Hague Convention also recognize the Apostille certification. Those who may not be in addition to the embassy rationing You will need to ratify the document when a foreign organization has asked for evidence on the health of UK source document. Common examples are:

Birth certificates or marriage proof of identity abroad

Training certificates for foreign students who return to their country of origin

Educational documents when applying for work abroad

Birth or marriage, the powers of the Attorney General and others for UK residents who want to work, marriage or buying a property abroad

Boat for sale Bill

Documents of the Company during the negotiation or open branch or bank account abroad.

Certificate contains the following information:

Country of origin

Signatories to the document name

The capacity in which I worked there

If the document was sealed / stamped instead of signing and then power Details

Instead of certificates

Date of ratification

Authority issuing statements

Number of certificate

Stamp issuing authority

The signature of a certified power

USA, INDIA, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, UK Apostille Legalization Service

An Apostille certificate verifies that the document to which it relates is authentic and has been checked in its country of origin. Once this certificate or stamp has been attached the document is legalized and is acceptable to overseas authorities in countries that have joined the Hague Convention. Requirements vary from country to country and many countries that are not party to the Convention also recognize Hague Apostille Certificates. Those that do not may require further embassy legalization.

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