About the Canadian Apostille Process
The apostille process is used to certify the authenticity of a document from one country so that it will be officially recognized in another country. However, because Canada has not signed the Hague Apostille Convention we cannot issue apostilles. Instead, Canada uses an equivalent process called document authentication and legalization. If you have been told you need an apostille on your Canadian documents for use in Argentina, they will need to go through the Canadian authentication and legalization process. Document authentication and legalization is a three step process. Click below for more information on each of these three steps.
How We Can Help You
When you contact us we’ll discuss your particular document processing needs, answer your questions, and clearly lay out your options. We also provide you a detailed quote, so you know exactly what is involved. You send your documents to our Ottawa office, and we then we manage all aspects of the apostille process on your behalf, saving you weeks of processing time. Contact our friendly staff to find out more. Call us toll-free at 1-888-433-1011 or click on the button below to fill out our quick Get Started form.
Information on the Consulates of Argentina
The Consulates of Argentina are located at:
#201, 5001 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON
#600, 2000 Peel Street, Montreal, QC
Official websites and phone numbers:
Hours of Operation
The Consulate of Argentina’s consular sections are open from:
9:30am-12:30pm, Monday – Friday
Our friendly staff would welcome the chance to answer your questions about document apostille at the Consulate of Argentina.
DOCUMENT APOSTILLE AT THE CONSULATE OF ARGENTINA