About the Canadian Apostille Process
Whether you have a Canadian government document, such as a birth or marriage certificate, or you need to sign a legal document, such as a deed or Power of Attorney, these documents will require the Canadian version of an apostille. The Canadian version of the apostille process is a three step process called document authentication and legalization. Click below for more information on these three steps.
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Information on the Embassy of The United States
The Embassy of The United States is located at:
490 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Official website: https://ca.usembassy.gov/
Phone number: 613-688-5335
Hours of Operation
The Embassy of The United States consular section is open by appointment only from:
9:30am-1:30pm, Mon- Fri.
Our friendly staff would welcome the chance to answer your questions about document apostille at the Embassy of The United States.
DOCUMENT APOSTILLE AT THE EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES
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