About the Canadian Apostille Process
The Canadian apostille process is used to certify the authenticity of a Canadian document so that this document will be officially recognized in another country. It is important to note that although the term “apostille” is used frequently in our country, Canada cannot issue an actual apostille (click for more info on why). Instead, we use an equivalent process called document authentication and legalization. So if you have been told that you need to get an apostille on a Canadian document, what you will doing is authenticating and legalizing your document.
The Canadian apostille process (document authentication and legalization) consists of three steps. Click on the icons below for more information on each step:
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Information on the Embassy of Portugal
The Embassy of Portugal is located at:
645 Island Park Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
The official website of the Embassy of Portugal: www.otava.embaixadaportugal.mne.pt
Phone number: 613-729-0883
Hours of Operation
The Embassy of Portugal’s consular section is open from:
9:00am to 1:00pm, Mon- Fri.
Our professional staff would welcome the chance to answer any questions about the document apostille process at the Embassy of Portugal.
DOCUMENT APOSTILLE AT THE EMBASSY OF PORTUGAL