About the Document Apostille Process
If you have been asked for an apostille on your Canadian documents for use in Spain, they will first need to be authenticated at Global Affairs Canada, then legalized by the appropriate diplomatic mission of Spain. Canadian document authentication and legalization, also known as apostille, is a three step process. Click below for more information on these three steps.
How We Can Help You
We manage the document apostille process for thousands of clients every year. We can manage all aspects of document processing for you, saving you weeks of processing time. Throughout each step of the process we ensure your documents meet the requirements of Global Affairs Canada and the Embassy of Spain, avoiding costly delays. Contact our friendly staff to find out more. Phone 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 Embassy of Spain
Our friendly staff would welcome the chance to answer your questions about document apostille at the Embassy of Spain.
DOCUMENT APOSTILLE AT THE EMBASSY OF SPAIN