Document legalization at the Embassy of Cuba is essential when you need to have Canadian documents officially recognized in Cuba. Many of our clients need to have Canadian documents recognized in Cuba because they are getting married in this beautiful country, but there are many other reasons you may need your documents recognized. We specialize in navigating the Canadian legalization process for our clients. Whether you are gathering information or need immediate assistance, we can help! Phone us toll-free at 1-888-433-1011, or send us our quick Get Started form and we’ll get right back to you.
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About the Document Legalization Process
Document legalization is the final step in the Canadian authentication and legalization process. The authentication and legalization process is used to confirm the authenticity of your Canadian documents in a manner that will be officially recognized in Cuba. Document authentication and legalization involves three steps. Click on the images below to learn more.
How We Can Help You
As Canada’s authentication and legalization experts we can handle all aspects of the process for you. We first work with you to ensure your documents are prepared correctly. Once confirmed, you send your documents to our Ottawa office and we then manage the rest on your behalf. Our friendly specialists would be happy to explain the process and answer your questions. Phone us toll-free at 1-888-433-1011 or use the button below to send us a quick online enquiry.
The document authentication and legalization process is used to certify the authenticity of Canadian documents, so that these documents will be officially recognized in Cuba. Legalizing your documents at the Embassy of Cuba in Canada is the third and final step of a three-step process:
The task of preparing your documents for legalization by the Embassy of Cuba (Step 1) can be complex. The Embassy requires that documents be translated into Spanish and the translations notarized. It is important to prepare your documents correctly. If there is a mistake in how documents are prepared or submitted they will be returned unprocessed, requiring you to re-start the process from the beginning.
Do you need assistance with the authentication and legalization process? Do you have questions about preparing your documents? Feel free to contact us. We’ll explain the process and answer your questions. Call us toll free at 1-888-433-1011, or send us an online enquiry.
Yes, we can certainly handle all steps involved with the legalization of your documents at the Embassy of Cuba. Our service covers the required translation of your documents, notarization of the translations, authentication at Global Affairs Canada, and finally the legalization at the Embassy of Cuba.
The first step is to talk to us. When you contact us we’ll explain the process, answer your questions and clearly explain your options. We work with you to ensure your documents are prepared correctly. You send your documents to us and we handle the entire authentication and legalization process on your behalf, saving you valuable processing time!
The Embassy of Cuba typically takes between 2-3 business days to legalize documents that have been submitted in person. However, before your documents can be legalized at the Embassy of Cuba they must first be authenticated by Global Affairs Canada. The processing time for authentication at Global Affairs Canada is currently posted at 15 business days. Note, if you have made a mistake in how your documents are prepared or submitted, they will be returned to you unprocessed, forcing you to re-start the process from the beginning.
We specialize in expertly managing the authentication and legalization process for our clients. Because we authenticate and legalize many thousands of documents for our clients every year, we avoid the common mistakes and pitfalls that can greatly increase the cost and time to process your documents.
Contact us to discuss your document processing needs and how we can help – no pressure and no obligation. We would be happy to assist you with the authentication and legalization process. Call us toll-free at 1-888-433-1011 or send us a quick online enquiry.
Yes, we can certainly assist with the translation, notarization, authentication, and legalization of your documents for marriage in Cuba. If you are getting married in Cuba there are certain documents that you are required to provide. According to the Embassy of Cuba in Canada, the most commonly required documents are:
your original long-form Birth Certificate
a Single Status Declaration written in English and notarized
your original Divorce Certificate (if previously divorced)
a notarized and certified Spanish Translation of each of the above
All of the documents listed must be authenticated by Global Affairs Canada and then be legalized by the Embassy of Cuba.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions about legalizing your documents for marriage in Cuba. Our friendly staff would be happy to explain the process, answer your questions, and provide you with a detailed quote. Call us toll-free at 1-888-433-1011, or submit an online enquiry.
There are a number of factors that will affect the pricing of the legalization of your documents at the Embassy of Cuba in Canada. Costs that you should consider include translation, notarization, shipping costs, the consular fee charged by the Embassy of Cuba, and service fees if you are using an expert service like ours. Other considerations that affect the total price include the total number of documents you will be processing and the volume of text for translation.
We encourage you to contact us, so we can discuss your situation and provide you with a detailed quote for the authentication and legalization of your documents for use in Cuba. Contact our experts to get your free quote, or review our website for more general information on our pricing.
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