Authentication and legalization of documents for use in Poland

Published on Monday, November 14, 2016

There are many reasons you may be asked to provide your Canadian documents to authorities in Poland, such as for work or school. Before your Canadian documents will be accepted, it may be necessary that they go through a process called authentication and legalization, also known as apostille.

The authentication and legalization process enables your Canadian documents, such as University degrees, Criminal Record Checks, and vital statistics documents to be used in Poland. First, your documents must be authenticated at Global Affairs Canada. Next, they must be legalized at the Embassy of Poland in Ottawa. Each step of the process verifies a signature on your document and a new signature and stamp is applied.

We can handle the authentication and legalization process on your behalf and ensure your documents are accurately processed for use in Poland. Trust the experts and save weeks of processing time!

Call us toll free at 1-888-433-1011, or email us at info@idocscanada.ca .

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