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Notarial Certificate, Legalization, Apostille
Legalization is a form of confirmation of the authenticity of a document and the competence of a translator. Thus, the notary confirms that the copy of this document corresponds to the original and that the translation of this document was made by a translator whose identity and competence have been verified.
Apostille is a seal from the ministries, where the signature of the authorized person to issue a document is confirmed.
Notarial certificate or legalization in most cases is required to translate standard documents and provide them to both local and foreign authorities. Apostilization of the document is required by the European Union, USA, Canada and other countries. Thus, the authorities of the country where it was issued takes responsibility for the authenticity of this document.
- Notarial Certificate, Legalization, Apostille
You can certificate both standard and legal documents, such as:
- ID Card
- Birth certificate
- Marriage certificate
- Divorce certificate
- Death certificate
- Certificate of residence
- Criminal record certificate
- Driver’s license
- Car passport