Apostille of documents is a process to legalize public documents issued by one country for use in another country. An apostille is a stamp issued on a document by an agency authorized by the government of the sending country, which certifies the authenticity of the signature, the signer's qualifications, and the authenticity of the seal or stamp on the document.

The apostille is used under the 1961 Hags Convention Abolishing the Legalization Obligation for Foreign Public Documents, which has been signed by more than 100 countries, including Russia. The purpose of this Convention is to facilitate the international recognition of documents issued in one country in another by simplifying and speeding up the process of authentication.

The apostille process can vary depending on the sender and recipient country, but typically includes the following steps:

- Obtaining the original document to be apostilled;
- Verification of the signature on the document by the authorized body;
- Issuance of an apostille on a document by an authorized body;
- Submission of the document together with the apostille in the recipient country.

The apostille process can take some time, especially if you have a lot of documents to apostille. In addition, each country may have different rules and procedures that may vary significantly. Therefore, in order to avoid delays and errors, it is necessary to seek the advice of specialists who can help you with the document apostillation process.

At our company, we offer professional apostille services to help you with this process. We have extensive experience in this field and we are ready to provide you with the necessary assistance in legalizing your documents. Contact us today to learn more about our services and get professional advice from our highly qualified professionals.

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Notary certification of a copy


Apostille may by placed on both: original document and its copy. If you want to certify a copy with an apostille, a copy has to be notarized first.

Certification by the authorized office


An official body to whose jurisdiction document belongs puts a special stamp affirmed by Hague Convention on the reverse side of the document.



To use a document efficiently in another country you will need its certified translation to an official language of the country where you are going to use it.

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