Apostille – Canadian document authentication and Embassy legalization for use in Ethiopia

Published on Tuesday, December 10, 2013

The Embassy of Ethiopia has recently moved and the Consulate in Toronto has been closed. All Canadian documents requiring Embassy legalization will need to go to the Embassy of Ethiopia in Ottawa.

Whether you are a Canadian company doing business in Ethiopia or you are traveling there for personal reasons, you may be asked to have Canadian documents authenticated and legalized, also known as apostille.

The authentication and legalization process in Canadian involves two steps. The first step is document authentication at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFATD) in Ottawa. Next, the document must be legalized at the Embassy of Ethiopia in Ottawa.

Both the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFATD) and the Embassy of Ethiopia have specific requirements for the authentication and legalization of Canadian documents and it can also be difficult to source the right information.

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