Commercial document authentication and embassy legalization for use in Venezuela

Published on Tuesday, January 28, 2014

If you are doing business in Venezuela, you may be asked to have your commercial documents, such as a Power of Attorney or Articles of Incorporation, authenticated and legalized, a process also referred to as apostille.

The authentication and legalization process consists of two steps which enable Canadian documents to be used in another country. Take a look at this helpful article for more information on the authentication and legalization process “Apostille Services Explained”.

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFATD) and the Embassy of Venezuela each have very specific requirements for the authentication and legalization of commercial documents from Canada. For example, in many cases the documents must be notarized by a Canadian Notary Public and the Embassy will require certain supporting documents.

IDC will submit your documents to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFATD) and the Embassy of Venezuela. Rapidly authenticating and legalizing your commercial documents, often in as little as a few days.

Contact an expert and International Documents Canada (IDC) to discuss your particular requirements and ensure your documents are prepared correctly.

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