About the Document Attestation Process
If you have been asked to attest your Canadian documents before you send them to India, they will need to go through the Canadian attestation process. Note that in Canada the document attestation process is more properly called “document authentication and legalization”. The Canadian attestation process, also known as document authentication and legalization, consists of three steps. The final step of the process is document attestation at the High Commission of India. Click below for more information on each of these three steps.
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Information on the High Commission of India
The High Commission of India is located at:
10 Springfield Road
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
The official website for the High Commission of India: www.hciottawa.gov.in
Phone number: 613-744-3751
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of Operation
The High Commission of India’s consular section is open from:
9:30am-12:30pm, Mon – Fri.
Our friendly staff would welcome the chance to answer your questions about document attestation at the High Commission of India in Ottawa.
DOCUMENT ATTESTATION AT THE HIGH COMMISSION OF INDIA
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