Authentication and Legalization, or Apostille, of your Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product (CPP)

Published on Tuesday, May 27, 2014

The Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) is a Health Canada document issued when a pharmaceutical product is fabricated and packaged/labelled in Canada.

In order for your Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) to be used in a foreign country, you may need to have it notarized, authenticated and legalized, also referred to as Apostille. For more information on this process, take a look at this helpful article – Apostille Services Explained.

Before your Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) can be legalized at the appropriate diplomatic mission, it will need to be notarized by a Canadian Notary Public and authenticated at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFATD). If you are on a deadline to have your Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) authenticated and legalized, you should know that if done by mail, the process can take several weeks.

International Document Canada (IDC) specializes in managing the notarization, authentication and embassy legalization of commercial documents, such as the Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product (CPP). You send your documents to us and we take care of the rest, in as little as a few days!

Get started by contacting IDC toll free at 1-888-433-1011 or visit us at idocscanada.ca

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