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What is an Apostille and when do I need one ?
An Apostille is a certificate that authenticates the origin of a public document (e.g., a birth, marriage or death certificate, a judgment, an extract of a register or a notarial attestation). The Model Apostille Certificate is reproduced at the beginning of this brochure.Apostilles can only be issued for documents issued in one country party to the Apostille Convention and that are to be used in another country which is also a party to the Convention.You will need an Apostille if all of the following apply:
What do I do if either the country where my public document was issued or the country where I need to use my public document is not a party to the Apostille Convention ?
If your public document was issued or is to be used in a country where the Apostille Convention does not apply, your document will have to be attested by the embassy. This method of authenticating public documents to be used abroad is called legalization also known as attestation. It consists of a chain of individual authentications of the document. This process involves officials of the country where the document was issued as well as the foreign Embassy or consulate of the country where the document is to be used. Because of the number of authorities involved, the legalization process is frequently slow.
To which documents does the Apostille Convention apply ?
The Convention only applies to public documents. Whether or not a document is a public document is determined by the law of the country in which the document was issued. Countries typically apply the Convention to a wide variety of documents. Most Apostilles are issued for documents of an administrative nature, including birth, marriage and death certificates; documents emanating from an authority or an official connected with a court, tribunal or commission; extracts from commercial registers and other registers; patents; notarial acts and notarial attestations (acknowledgments) of signatures; school, university and other academic diplomas issued by public institutions.
Where do I get an Apostille ?
Each country that is party to the Convention must designate one or several authorities that are entitled to issue Apostilles. These authorities are called Competent Authorities — only they are permitted to issue Apostilles. Few countries have designated several Competent Authorities either to ensure that there are Competent Authorities in different regions of the country or because different government entities are responsible for different kinds of public documents; in some federal systems, the national Government may be responsible for certain types of documents whereas a component state or local government may be responsible for others.
What do I need to know before requesting an Apostille ?
Before you approach a Competent Authority about getting an Apostille, you should consider questions such as:Does the Apostille Convention apply in both the country that issued the public document and the country where I intend to use it?
How much does an Apostille cost ?
Our attestation Services offers you the best prices with a host of services to ensure the speedy and safe delivery of your document, while keeping you updated at every step.
Do all Apostilles have to look exactly the same ?
No. In practice Apostilles issued by different Competent Authorities vary. These variations may be in design, size and colour. Such variations in appearance are not a basis for refusal of an Apostille by the intended recipient.
How are Apostilles affixed to public documents ?
An Apostille must be placed directly on the public document itself or on a separate attached page (called an allonge). Apostilles may be affixed by various means, including rubber stamps, self-adhesive stickers, impressed seals, etc.
What are the effects of an Apostille ?
An Apostille only certifies the origin of the public document to which it relates: it certifies the authenticity of the signature or seal of the person or authority that signed or sealed the public document and the capacity in which this was done.
Once I have an Apostille, do I need anything else to show that the signature or seal on my public document is genuine ?
No. An Apostille issued by the relevant Competent Authority is all that is required to establish that a signature or seal on a public document is genuine and to establish the capacity of the person or authority that signed or sealed the public document.If the Convention applies, an Apostille is the only formality that is required to establish the origin of the public document — no additional requirement may be imposed to authenticate the origin of the public document.
If the recipient of my Apostille wants to verify my Apostille, what should I suggest?
Each Competent Authority is required to keep a register in which it records the date and number of every Apostille it issues, as well as information relating to the person or authority that signed or sealed the underlying public document. Recipients may contact the Competent Authority identified on the Apostille and ask whether the information on the Apostille corresponds with the information in the register. In order to verify a particular Apostille, recipients may contact the Competent Authority.
Can Apostilles be rejected in the country where they are to be used?
Apostilles issued in accordance with the requirements of the Convention must be recognised in the country where they are to be used.Apostilles may only be rejected if and when:Their origin cannot be verified (i.e., if and when the particulars on the Apostille do not correspond with those in the register kept by the Competent Authority that allegedly issued the Apostille)In practice Apostilles issued by different Competent Authorities vary in design, size and colour as well as in any additional elements that may be included on the Certificate. Such variations in appearance are not a basis for refusal of an Apostille.Failure to affix an Apostille to the public document in a particular manner is not a basis for refusing the Apostille. The mere fact that an Apostille has been affixed by a method that differs from the method(s) employed by the country where it is to be used is not a reason for the rejection of the Apostille. ‘Apostille Certificates’ issued by countries that are not party to the Convention must be rejected in all other States as being contrary to the Convention.
What is the procedure to get a certificate attested from India ?
There are many ways to attest educatinal document from India , it’s a chain process. The authorities of UAE is focused only Ministry of foreign affairs attestation locally (Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi). But to get that all the other attestation is required Home Department (Mantralaya), Ministry of External Affairs (New Delhi), UAE Embassy (New Delhi), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (locally from UAE).
Why is attestation of certificates necessary ?
Educational Certificates Purpose for attestation: To obtain an employment visa/ labour Card in United Arab Emirates for most of the designation To pursue higher education in a foreign country To write MOH (Ministry of Health) and DOH (Dept.of Health) examinations by doctors, nurses, pharmacists,laboratory technicians,etc. To get the equivalent certificates Non Educational Certificates Purpose for attestation: To obtain residence visa for wife, children, in-laws For the admission of child in the school(via Transfer Certificate) Power of Attorney a.To get the right to sell properties in India b.For the removal of LLC partnership provided partner in India does not wish to extend the partnership To get the experience certificate attested To get the experience certificate attested(required by doctors, nurses, pharmacist, lab technician etc to write the MOH and DOH)
If the certificate is laminated what will you do ?
The lamination from the certificate will be removed carefully so as not to cause any damage to the certificate. The attestation stamps will be put on the non- laminated area of the certificate. It is our suggestion to you to avoid laminating your certificates, since different countries demand for different attestations on the certificates and every time removal of lamination may cause some undesirable damages to your valuable certificates.
In case you lose any certificate, then how will you manage that ?
We are a trusted company comprising a team of highly experienced and well-trained staff. Our company follows, a certain series of steps during the attestation process, so that none of the documents go missing even by mistake. Special attention is given to each document throughout the process of attestation i.e., from collection to delivery.
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