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Definitions

  1. The apostille is an official certification that the document is a true copy of the original.
  2. Apostille - a Government Official in the country of origin has to declare the signature of the Notary Public as true and genuine.
  3. An apostille is a form of authentication accepted in countries which have signed the 1961 Hague Convention.
  4. The apostille is a pre-printed form prescribed by the Convention.
  5. An apostille is a certification that is valid for use in a foreign country.

Countries

  1. Mexico is one of the countries who signed the Convention (in 1995) so there is a need to have certain documents certified by apostille.
  2. Consular officers in Convention countries are prohibited from placing a certification over the Convention apostille.
  3. The title "Apostille (Convention de La Haye du 5 octobre 1961)" shall be in the French language.

Apostille Certificate

  1. The Czech Republic designated the following authorities competent to issue the apostille certificate to authenticate documents.
  2. Finland: As of September 21, 2000, Finland announced multiple new authorities competent to issue the apostille certificate.
  3. Local authorities in such jurisdictions may question the validity of the apostille due to lack of familiarity with the certificate.
  4. Put simply an Apostille certificate authenticates the signature of the public official who has signed the document in your home state.
  5. The simple formality which has replaced legalisation is the addition of a certificate, or 'apostille'.

Apostilles

  1. Each jurisdiction must designate an authority competent to issue the Convention certificate (apostille) before the Convention can be operational.
  2. Some countries call this an apostille.
  3. The apostille does not need to be ribboned onto the document being certified.
  4. Attachment: The Hague Convention dtd 05.10.1961 abolishing the legalisation for foreign public documents stipulates the apostille of 9 x 9 cm in size.
  5. The Convention provides for the simplified certification of notarized documents by use of a special form called an "apostille" in certifying the document.

Hague Convention

  1. There are currently over 60 member states of the Hague convention and many other countries will also recognise an Apostille certificate.
  2. Apostille Definition: A simplified certification of public (including notarized) documents used in countries that participate in a Hague Convention.
  3. See a copy of the apostille certificate in the web site for the Hague Convention on Private International Law.

Certificate Incorporation

  1. Ideally, a Certificate of Incorporation will have a so-called Apostille attached to it.
  2. Apostilled certificate incorporation, expedite apostille authentication.

Documents

  1. The document and Apostille are collected or returned from the Legalisation department.
  2. Apostillisation, apostillise documents, apostilled legalisation service and documents legalization apostille.
  3. Follow this link to our Apostille Prices Page to see how much your document will cost.
  4. SFS are a professional UK legalisation firm that specialises in acquiring Apostille certificates and document legalisation from all over the world.
  5. When ever possible we will legalise your documents under one Apostille to keep your costs to a minimum, this is however not always possible.

Notary

  1. Our office will obtain necessary county government Notary Authentication first, then the Apostille.
  2. In this case, you do not require either notary public or Apostille for opening an account.
  3. Apostille Information: Once a document has been notarised by a Notary Public, and if it is to be used overseas, it may need to be apostilled.

Issued

  1. An apostille is issued by a designated central authority.
  2. In Wisconsin, an apostille is issued by the Office of the Wisconsin Secretary of State.
  3. We aim to have your Apostille certificate issued within five working days from receipt of your documents and payment.

Foreign

  1. The Foreign & Commonwealth Office will then attach an apostille or a Legalisation Certificate to the document.
  2. For most of the documents going to other countries, an Apostille has to be obtained from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.
  3. Authentication - the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office has to declare the Apostille as true and genuine prior to Legalisation.
  4. Questions concerning interpretation of specific foreign law should be addressed to the appropriate foreign counsel for apostille procedures.
  5. Attachment: The Hague Convention dated 05.10.1961 abolishing the legalisation for foreign public documents stipulates the Apostille of 9 x 9 cm in size.

Send

  1. We send you the document and its Apostille certificate.
  2. All Apostille certificates will look the same for all the countries you send the Apostille to.

Company

  1. Our company is a private service company with years of experience providing Apostille services to the public.
  2. We can have an Apostille attached to documents on behalf of clients to satisfy the requirements of overseas government departments or companies.

Contact

  1. In practice, you should contact a notary to get an apostille.
  2. If there are doubts about the origin of a document, an interested party may contact the authority responsible for appending the apostille.

International

  1. The requirement of an Apostille (ah-poh-steel) is an important new development for international travelers.
  2. Everything from a marriage certificate to a power of attorney can be legalized internationally by Apostille companies.
  3. Apostille services relieve the concerns of international students that will need their degrees, and important documents legalized for world wide acceptance.
  4. Only those nations party to the Hague Treaty will recognize the apostille certification.

Advisers

  1. It is expedient to have a stamp of the apostille, which size is 13 x 13 cm.
  2. Apostille An apostille is a special seal applied by an authority to certify that a document is a true copy of an original.
  3. One of our specialist Apostille advisers will contact you shortly to: 1.
  4. There is no difference between an Apostille which will be used for Spain and an Apostille for Germany.
  5. One of our advisers will be happy to discuss your requirements, arrange payment and receipt of your documents for issue with the Apostille.

Good Standing

  1. Some overseas banks and institutions may demand that Apostille verifies the authenticity of the Good Standing Certificate.
  2. PLEASE NOTE : The information on this page is provided for general apostille information only.
  3. It is normally possible to obtain the Apostille on a same day or next day basis.
  4. Some overseas authorities, banks and institutions may demand that the authenticity of the Good Standing Certificate is verified by Apostille.

Completed

  1. Documents sent to member nations, completed with an Apostille at the state level, may be submitted directly to the member nation without further action.
  2. If the Convention does apply to a document, it is important to check whether the apostille has been appended.
  3. Such documents need not undergo the lengthy legalisation process but they must always have an apostille appended.
  4. For opening a business account personally in the Bank, please make sure that you have originals of the corporate documents, which contain an Apostille.
  5. We go to the state government offices with your documents, stand in line, complete any applications, pay the Apostille fees and wait until it is completed.

Authenticate

  1. The Apostille authenticates the signatures and stamps appearing on a document.
  2. If an apostille is required to authenticate a copy of your passport, the bank will accept no substitute.

Russian

  1. In addition, the some states, for example, the Russian Federation, have declined to affix the Convention apostille to administrative or commercial documents.
  2. In the Russian Federation the local office of the Ministry of Justice will affix an apostille for local notaries.
  3. To obtain an apostille on Russian educational documents, go to the Ministry of Education, which is located at 33 Shabolovka St., Rm.
  4. Consul verifies the translation and fastens together apostille, original document and translation in a way acceptable in the Russian Federation.

Stamp

  1. An Apostle or Apostille stamp is a certification of the document by a convention country.
  2. The Apostle or Apostille stamp is a pre-printed form prescribed by the Convention.
  3. Apostle or Apostille is a stamp you must obtain from YOUR Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its purpose is to authenticate the legal papers you will send us.

Why

  1. This is why Apostille documentation services have become so popular.
  2. Also, you don't have to explain why you need an apostille when dealing with your notary - just tell him what you need.

Require

  1. For example, a declaration drawn up by the Japanese Embassy in The Hague to the effect that a person is unmarried does not require an apostille.
  2. Foreigners, If you open a swiss bank account online or by correspondence from other foreign country, the bank would require you to obtain an apostille.

Official

  1. Virtually any official document can be legalised through the Apostille process.
  2. Apostille a competent company specialized in arranging official and highly recognised government notarization.
  3. An apostille can be used whenever a copy of an official document from another country is needed.

Receive

  1. Usually you will receive your Apostille certificate within two weeks of us receiving the documents from you.
  2. However, a few countries have a different requirement other than an Apostille, and your document would receive a Legalization Certificate instead.

Business

  1. An apostille is often needed in adoptions, extraditions, and certain business transactions.
  2. Often people need to obtain an Apostille (pronounced App-oh-steel) for personal or business papers when they are headed abroad.

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