Published on Friday, November 11, 2016
Embassy legalization, authentication, or apostille; these are terms you may hear when someone in a foreign country is asking you about your personal or commercial documents from Canada.
The authentication and legalization process enables your Canadian documents to be recognized in another country. The process involves document authentication at Global Affairs Canada in Ottawa and then legalization at the diplomatic mission of your destination country.
When attempting to research the requirements for authentication and legalization of your documents, you may encounter misinformation and outdated resources. These issues only compound the frustration and confusion involved with this process.
Since Global Affairs Canada and each diplomatic mission across Canada have very specific requirements for the authentication and legalization of documents, you should contact us first. Our extensive experience with hundreds of diplomatic missions across Canada allows us to ensure that your documents are accurately prepared to meet the criteria of the process.
As the leading Embassy legalization service in Canada, we can handle the process on your behalf and save you several weeks of processing time!
Our experts will be happy to answer your questions. Call us toll free at 1-888-433-1011 or email us at email@example.com .
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