Have you heard about Apostille?
Wait Hague Convention is not that difficult.
As mentioned above, every document which is essential for the immigration must be authenticated from their respective issuing authority which is a time taking process, so to make it more convenient and hassle-free different nations came together and authorized this convention on 5 October 1961, called as the Hague Convention. According to Hague convention, Countries which are members of this convention do not need to take Embassy attestation from other Hague convention country members.
Essentially, the following documents are required for the Hague convention members:
- Court Documents
- Administrative Documents
- Notarial Acts
- Official Documents
Apostille Process can be divided into 3 steps that are- Notary, State Government and MEA.
If you are you thinking about other countries which are not listed here?
The other countries also have the procedure for apostille. However, the difference is, for all Hague Convention members the required list of documents is the same but for non-member, list of required documents is a little bit different. Remaining countries which are not part of the Hague Apostille convention, require additional legalization by Embassy Office.
Already Attested documents not having an expiry date are used instead of issuing documents. However, some other documents like case files need to be updated; 6 months old documents will not be recognized by the embassy or the consulate.However, if you require documents attestation & apostille and still confused with it, contact our experts for detailed information of any countries’ apostille, attestation, visa & other translation services as well.