Documents legalisation

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Notarisation or notarised translation is an official translation of a document, legally certified by a notary. For enterprises, notarization of translations of various financial documents, contracts, agreements, patents, certificates, and so on is relevant.
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The apostille stamp is the process of legalising documents for its subsequent submission to the representative office of another country that has signed the decision of the Hague Convention of 1961. Why do I need an apostille? An apostille is a stamp that confirms the signature and seal of the organisation that issued the document.
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Consular legalisation

Consular legalisation is a multi-step procedure that confirms the authenticity of an outgoing document sent abroad and complies with the laws of the country whose state authorities issued or compiled this document.
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