About the Document Apostille Process
The apostille process is used to certify the authenticity of a document from one country, so that this document will be officially recognized in another country. In Canada, our equivalent to the apostille process is called document authentication and legalization. When you need to present Canadian documents in Israel, it is likely that these documents will require legalization (apostille) by the Embassy of Israel. The Canadian document authentication and legalization process has three steps. Click below for more information on each of these steps.
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Information on the Embassy of Israel
The Embassy of Israel is located at:
50 O’Connor Street, Suite 1005
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Official website: embassies.gov.il/ottawa
Phone number: 613-567-6450
Hours of Operation
The Embassy of Israel consular section is open from:
10:00am-1:00pm, Mon- Fri.
Our staff would welcome the chance to discuss your documents and answer your questions about document apostille at the Embassy of Israel.
DOCUMENT APOSTILLE AT THE EMBASSY OF ISRAEL