Death Certificate Authentication

Authentication and Legalization Services for Handling Estate Matters Following a Death

Authentication and Legalization Services for Handling Estate Matters Following a Death

Death is a fact of life, but knowing that does not make accepting the decease of a loved one, or our own ultimate end, any easier. However, just as with most hard facts of life, it is best to prepare for our final journey and the tasks that will follow for this world after we or our loved ones have passed. For example, funeral preparations, debt and bill payments, conveying a message of the passing to colleagues, relatives, and friends, and handling estate matters following our death are just a few of the things we may want to prepare for while we still can. This preparation and due diligence may save our living loved ones much hassle and hardship at a time when they may not be in the right state of mind or heart to carry on these worldly activities. More-over, no one other than yourself will know your affairs better than you, so it is always a good idea to tie any loose ends if you have the opportunity. In all reality, there will always be something else left to do, but this ensures that you have done what you can to help make certain processes easier.

Your estates, meaning your properties, possessions, and assets, along with financial and administrative matters, will likely need to be addressed following your funeral. If you have a Will, an Executor to carry on these matters may have been appointed by you, otherwise, the Probate Court will assign someone to complete the administration of these tasks. Here is a list of the activities that may need to be managed:

  • An estate proceedings will need to be started to determine what will happen to your assets, possessions and properties. If you have a Will, the Executor, possibly along with the aid of a legal counsel, will follow the instructions in your will and the state laws to distribute your assets.
  • Your digital legacy, meaning your online accounts which will become your assets following your death, will need to be reassigned to a living relative or friend, or shut down as per your instructions.
  • Any debt and bill payments that you have may have pending need to be accounted for.
  • Your near ones may need to file for death benefit claims with insurance companies, social security, pension funds, or unions.

For many of these tasks, such as to file for benefits, social security, pension funds or any other such application, your loved ones will likely need to have the death certificate certified. If they need to prove your death for these purposes in a country other than the one where the death happened and the certificate was issued, they will need to have the death certificate authenticated and legalized as well.

In order to authenticate the certificate, it will need to be submitted to Global Affairs Canada (GAC), which is a government body in Canada responsible for all document authentication. They will validate that the signature on the certificate is true and matches one of their inventory of personnel who are eligible to sign. Once they are satisfied with the trueness of the document, they will place a large red stamp on it to verify that it has been authenticated by them. Once this process is complete, the document will need to be legalized by the embassy of the country where the death certificate will be used. This embassy will verify that the GAC stamp is authentic and that the document meets their requirements and standards. When they are satisfied, they too will either place their stamp or a certificate of legalization directly to your document.

While the process of document authentication and legalization need not be difficult, proper document preparation before starting the process is vital to ensuring that there is no delay or additional cost due to incorrect filing or submissions. Entrusting a professional such as Legalization Service Centre, who are experts in the field of document authentication and legalization can save you much hassle, stress, due diligence, time, and money in the long run. Our office is located in the heart of Ottawa where most embassies are located, meaning that we can track and follow your documents until completion locally. As well, we have a strong network within GAC which enables us to have documents authenticated in less than a week whereas the normal process can take up to 21 days. We are also able to provide next-day authentication for any rush items.

Knowing these tips on preparedness for your or your loved one’s death can certainly make an undesirable time one that is a little less of a worldly struggle to go through. At a time when you may need someone else to do the administrative work the most, trust us to get the job done with as little of your involvement as possible.

Czech Superlegalization

All You Need to Know About Document Superlegalization for Working in the Czech Replublic

All You Need to Know About Document Superlegalization for Working in the Czech Replublic as a Canadian Citizen

Beautiful structures, magnificent castles, colourful buildings and cobblestone roads: The Czech Republic is known for being a picturesque medieval-styled country. A fine combination of its history, architectural designs and natural beauty is what puts this unique country on the map for tourism, business, and a keen interest by the working population to find employment and possibly make a life here. This bustling yet tranquil country, with Prague as its capital and the core for most commerce and tourist attractions, exuberates a sense of balance between 15th century romance, fairy-tale scenery and practical life. Whether you are visiting the country for work, education, or any other reason, a temporary residence here as a Canadian citizen may feel like a break from reality into a parallel universe filled with European history and magic.

If you are visiting the country for the purpose of work or study, you will find that you are required to meet documentation standards and requirements that may be slightly different from what you are used to within Canada. Document authentication and legalization are a standard practice any time you need to present official documents issued in one country for use in another. These processes basically allow your document to undergo validation that ensures that your documents are true, valid, and of the official/legal standard that matches the standard of the receiving country.

Here in Canada, official documents such as transcripts, identification documents, degrees, and professional licenses, etc. are authenticated by Global Affairs Canada (GAC), which is a government body responsible for ensuring that the signatures and stamps on your document are true and valid. Once GAC is satisfied, they place a red stamp on your document identifying that it has been authenticated by them. Once authentication is complete, the documents are then presented to the embassy of the country where you intend to use it. These embassies are typically located in Ottawa and once they receive your document and are satisfied of the trueness of the GAC stamp, they too will either affix their stamp or certificate identifying your document as having been legalized by them. Once your document has been authenticated and legalized, it is now ready to be used in the foreign country.

While the process of authentication and legalization are similar for Czech Republic as they are in Canada, there is a difference in the terminology used by the countries. Whereas in Canada we refer to the process of embassy verification as “legalization”, in the Czech Republic and within their Ottawa Embassy in Canada, the same process is recognized as “superlegalization”. This is because inside of Czech Republic, they allow documents to be “legalized” by any local superior government authority such as a ministry or finance authority, similar to how documents are “authenticated” by GAC in Canada. Only when a document is required to be verified by a Czech Embassy is the document said to be “superlegalized”. Hence, the Czech Republic Embassy in Ottawa recognizes the GAC authentication of your document as “legalization” and their own authentication process as “superlegalization”.

The process of getting your documents in order for the purpose of your travel, regardless of whether it is for an educational endeavor or work within the Czech Republic, can be daunting. Adding the hassles of document authentication and legalization/superlegalization can make it even more so, especially if you are familiar with the standard process in Canada and then have to deal with a slightly different one this time. Having professionals such as Legalization Service Centre can lessen your burden and help you complete the process hassle-free. When you trust us to authenticate and legalize/superlegalize your documents, you can rest assured that your documents will be ready in a timely manner and will often save you money and time that may be spent if you do not fully understand what is required by the embassy. Our office is located in Ottawa and close to all major embassies, making it easy for us to follow your documents to completion and keep the most up-to-date information on embassy requirements.

Visit us today at legalizationservicecentre.ca and contact us to have your questions answer or simply get more information. Let us take care of the official end while you pack your bags for a brand new adventure in a whole new world away from home!

UAE Embassy

GETTING RIGHT DOCUMENTS AUTHENTICATED AND ATTESTED BY UAE EMBASSY

WORKING IN THE UAE AS A CANADIAN CITIZEN AND PROVIDING THE RIGHT DOCUMENTS AUTHENTICATED AND LEGALIZED BY UAE EMBASSY

People go to the UAE to work from all over the world and the trend is no different for Canadians. Working in Dubai, for instance, has many benefits. Whether you a professional designate such as a doctor, nurse, engineer, lawyer, or looking to work in the corporate world, the perks of working in Dubai versus here at home can be

many. For one thing, jobs of similar nature often have much better remuneration in comparison to the same jobs at home. Pay may be up to 20 percent more in comparison and it is not uncommon for companies or the government to provide benefits that are unheard of here. For instance, many jobs provide sign-in bonuses, include a residence and car, and may also include personal help such as in-home nannies and cooks. Not to mention, the lifestyle and glamour of Dubai with the city’s crowd-pleasing entertainment services for expats in and of itself is a great motivator to make a living there. So, if you have or are interested in pursuing a career in Dubai, congratulations!

However, there are a few things to keep in mind before and when you embark on this new journey. For one thing, it is worth noting that as with working in any foreign country, you will need to know what sort of documentation will be necessary in order to get started. Also, in case you think you will fall in love and want to continue living there, you should note that it is very difficult for expats to own property or become citizens of Dubai. As long as these are terms you are aware and accepting of, your journey to living and working in Dubai should be nothing but a unique lifetime experience!

Once you have landed the job of your dreams and are ready to accept, you will need to gather some documents in order to obtain a residency visa as well as fulfill the requirements of your employment process. The documents asked of you may vary depending on the nature of the job as well as your employer, but here is a list of things you may be asked to provide:

  • Your diplomas/degrees
  • A copy of your practitioner’s license
  • A copy of your Canadian passport, which must be valid for at least 6 months
  • A background check
  • Resume, cover letter, and contacts for reference
  • Teaching or work experience confirmation letter
  • Your marriage and children’s birth certificate if you travel with a family.

It is mandatory to obtain a residency visa in order to work in the UAE and detailed instructions for how to obtain the visa can be found on the UAE government website. Regardless of whether it is for the visa process or for your employer, you will need to have all required documents authenticated and legalized, also known as attested or apostilled, by Global Affairs Canada and the UAE embassy in Ottawa.

To authenticate, Global Affairs Canada will validate the signature on your documents as being valid and authentic. Once they are satisfied, they will place a large red stamp to identify this documents as having been authenticated. Then, your documents will need to be attested by the UAE embassy or consulate in Ottawa. The UAE embassy will validate that the Global Affairs Canada stamp is authentic and that your documents meet all requirements. Once they are satisfied, they will affix their stamp to your documents.

There are many benefits of going through a professional service provide such as Legalization Service Centre for your document authentication and legalization needs. For example, a professional can save you time, hassle, and significant due-diligence. The authentication process through Global Affairs Canada can become unnecessarily long if the documents are not prepared as per guidelines. Because we do this on a regular basis and have an existing network at GAC, we can speed up the process to have your documents authenticated in less than a week. Also, embassies often have changing requirements which makes the process of legalization complicated at times. Since we are conveniently located minutes from most embassies in Ottawa, we can keep up-to-date information on embassy requirements and make in-person submissions of your documents.

Give us a call at Legalization Service Center at 1-800-857-1215 for a phone consultation to answer any remaining questions or to discuss your specific needs. The process of authentication and legalization does not have to be tedious, time-consuming or expensive, and we do our best to ensure this is true for  each of our clients.

Teaching Job in china

You Just Landed a Teaching Job in China

You Just Landed a Teaching Job in China. Excellent! What Documents Do you Need Authenticated and Legalized?

Over the last decade, China has gained an eagerness to teach its young, growing generation fluency in English, opening up many opportunities for people in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. With this growing demand for English teachers in China, the popularity of teaching job in China has increased significantly among Canadians. Here in Canada, people choose these jobs for many reasons. Some see it as a way to gain teaching experience after obtaining a teaching degree in the hope of making it easier to land a job at home at the end of it. Others view it as gainful employment after their college or university education.  Still others seek the opportunity simply for the experience of exploring another country while having the means to support and fund their exploration. Regardless of what your reasons may be, a teaching job in China is definitely a lifetime experience and one you are likely excited to embark on!

But before you can begin your journey, there are a few things you need to know about the document and paperwork involved in the application and work visa process. Since teaching job in China involves travelling to and living in a different country for the duration of your employment contract, there are documents your employer and host country expect from you in order to get started your application for your work visa. Some documents your employer will likely require include:

  • A Canadian passport, valid for at least 6 months or even the duration of your entire contract
  • A police background check
  • Proof of your Canadian degree such as a Bachelor or Master’s diploma
  • TEFL certification (also known as TESOL certification)

Once you have collected and organized all the documents you need for both your employer as well as for the Chinese government, you will have to have them notarized as true copies (for those documents that are not in their original form), authenticated by Canadian government and then legalized by Chinese Embassy. In order to notarize true copies of original documents, they must be signed by a notary public in Canada. Some documents that you might want to send copies of include your passport, degree, and TELF certification. It is easier to send true copies instead of the original for various reasons: this will help you preserve your original as well as prevent damage or potential loss. Since originals may be more difficult to obtain once lost or damaged, the most popular choice is to send copies of these documents.

Authentication is the process used by Global Affairs Canada to validate the signature on your documents as being valid and authentic. Once this is confirmed, they place a large red stamp to identify your documents as having been authenticated by them. Following this, your documents will need to be legalized by the Chinese embassy in Ottawa. The embassy will validate that the Global Affairs Canada stamp is true and authentic and that your documents meet all other legalization requirements. Once they have confirmed this, they too will either affix their stamp or a certificate directly to your documents.

The authenticated and legalized Canadian documents will be then used by your employer to apply for your work permit issued by the Chinese government. Once approved, you will be given a work permit for your teaching job in China that you will use for your Z-visa application in Canada.

While the process of authentication and legalization may appear simple, going through a professional service provider such as Legalization Service Centre can save you time, hassle, and significant due-diligence. The authentication process through Global Affairs Canada alone can take weeks, if not months, if the documents are not prepared as per their guidelines. Contrarily, we can speed up the process to have your documents authenticated in less than a week. Moreover, embassies often have changing requirements which make the legalization process daunting and difficult to keep track of. Because our office is located minutes from most embassies in Ottawa, we are able to keep up-to-date information on embassy requirements and make in-person submissions and tracking of your documents.

With the benefits of choosing a professional to complete your document authentication and legalization needs regarding this matter, including the ease and quickness with which the process can be completed, it almost does not make sense to do it yourself as our team of professional will get all your documents notarized, authenticated by Global Affairs Canada and then legalized by the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa for you within a week time if needed.

Give us a call at 1-800-857-1215 for a phone consultation to answer any remaining questions or to discuss your specific needs. Our experts will guide you through the process and make the paperwork involved in your new adventure as uncomplicated as possible!

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Document Authentication

The Importance of Document Authentication and Legalization Services Amidst Travel Restrictions Due to Global Pandemic

Canada’s Response to COVID-19

The novel corona virus pandemic, COVID-19, is taking the world up by a storm, causing many countries around the world to take drastic measures to limit contagion. These measures include warnings and advisories of social distancing, quarantining of the infected, closures of schools, colleges, businesses and government offices in many countries, as well as complete lockdown in others. As more people test positive for the virus here at home, Canada is taking the measures necessary to limit the impact of the infection in our country. Ontario is in a state of emergency until March 31st, students on March Break are away from school until April 4th, gatherings of more than 50 people are prohibited in many parts of the country, our borders have been restricted, and in general social distancing is broadly being advised. Businesses, employees, and the self-employed are all feeling the economic impact as the focus shifts from everyday functions to the ongoing health emergency.

Document Authentication and Legalization in Canada During COVID -19 Outbreak

Amidst all the closures and limited government and commerce functionality around the world, what does this mean for your document authentication and legalization needs? For one thing, it may be more necessary than ever to have your documents authenticated and legalized from right here at home. As movement around the world and international travel become limited due to border closures or travel restrictions, you may need additional documents for yourself and your under-aged children if you do need to travel for any reason. It is important to note parents traveling with under-aged children without the other parent or guardian present need documentation to show the other parent/guardian’s consent when leaving Canada. This is a normal measure even without the worries of COVID-19 and this letter from your child’s other parent/guardian require notarization by a notary public in Canada. However, you may need additional documents such as your marriage certificate/divorce certificate/children’s birth certificate authenticated and legalized at this time. Before any travel, you should check with current border regulations here in Canada, but also the restrictions, limitations and additional travel requires in your destination country. You should be aware that entry may not be granted in many countries and if it were, there may be additional documentation required from you for your trip.

If you are requesting for any documents to be authenticated and legalized at this time, you should account for delays in processing time as the pace of work and operational hours at government offices become limited. While Global Affairs Canada, the official body that authenticates your documents, has not declared any formal limitations to their hours of operation, it is likely that their office may be slower to respond and process paperwork amidst the current crisis. It is also worth the mention that the different embassies in Ottawa may be following different protocols and measures at this time in response to instructions from both Canada as well as the countries which they respectively represent. For this reason, you should check not only for their availability, but for also what types of work they are completing at the time and if there are any changes to their typical protocols for document legalization.

How Legalization Service Centre Can Help?

For all of your document authentication and legalization needs, contact us at Legalization Service Centre for a consultation on requirements, processes and changes currently being experienced in government offices. Our experts are keeping on top of the ongoing efforts of our country as well as the global impact of the virus as it relates to the functionality of embassies in Ottawa. Having your documents processed through us will ensure that you avoid any additional delays in processing time due to current changes that you may not be aware of. Moreover, our experts are able to conduct work with Global Affairs Canada and embassies with more efficiency than you may experience on an individual level at this time. Moreover, due to the efforts of social distancing and work-from-home initiatives, it may be difficult to contact these offices.

Before proceeding with any document authentication and legalization, check with us to ensure that the work is possible for the time you require the document as well as for the embassy in question. As the conditions around the world are rapidly changing regarding the impact of COVID-19, things can quickly change rendering any previous information outdated or inaccurate.

 For more information regarding Global Affairs Canada’s functions and latest news on travel and COVID-19, you may check the government website here.

Name Change Certificate Authentication

Name Change Certificate Authentication and Legalization Following a Legal Name Change

Name Change Certificate Authentication and Legalization Following a Legal Name Change

Name changes are a common occurrence. Whether you want to change your name due to a change in your marital status, simply out of the desire for a different name, or even to correct the spelling of your current name, your legal name can be altered at any time through a simple application granted you meet Ontario’s two criteria for requesting the change. First of these is a minimum age requirement of 16 and the latter is residence in Ontario for a period of at least 12 months prior to the application. Granted you meet these two criteria, a simple form, fee, and police record check is all you need to officially change your legal name. More information on the process of changing your name can be found here.

If you have gone through the process in Ontario, you may know that the application submitted to Service Ontario undergoes a review to determine whether your new proposed name will be accepted. Once the change is granted, the province provides you with a certificate showing your previous name and your new name. You should keep this certificate safe, as you may need to provide this as proof of the change should you ever need to update other documents or records with your previous name. If you were born in Ontario, you may also request an updated birth certificate reflecting the change.

Name changes are often perceived as complicated and rightfully so – you not only have to go through the application process to have the change approved and recognized, but it requires you to update your identifications following the change to reflect your true legal name. Moreover, most people change their names much into adulthood and as a result, have many documents asides from identification that also have their previous name, such as property titles, Powers of Attorney, or other legal documents. Add in the factor that you may have moved to Canada from another country, and you may also have documents in your country of origin that require updating with this new name.

While updating your documents within Canada may be simple, if you have documents outside of the country that must also be updated, the process requires a few extra steps. In order to update your documents from other countries, you will need to have your name change certificate authenticated and legalized and submitted along with the document that must undergo the update.

Once you have all of your documents in order, you will need to submit them to Global Affairs Canada in order for your certificate to be authenticated. Once it is authenticated, it must be submitted to the embassy of the country that your document requiring the update is from. Each individual embassy often has their own forms and processes for having specific documents legalized and as a result, you will need to be aware of your embassy’s particular process. After submitting the certificate along with any relevant forms and fees to the embassy, they will legalize your document. Once the certificate has been authenticated and legalized, it may now be used as valid proof of your name change.

While the process of authentication and legalization of name change certificate may appear simple, going through a professional service provider such as Legalization Service Centre can save you time, hassle, and significant due diligence. The authentication process through Global Affairs Canada alone can take weeks, if not months, if the documents are not prepared as per their guidelines. Contrarily, we can speed up the process to have your documents authenticated in less than a week. Moreover, embassies often have changing requirements which make the legalization process daunting and difficult to keep track of. Because our office is located minutes from most embassies in Ottawa, we are able to keep up-to-date information on embassy requirements and make in-person submissions and tracking of your documents. Once your documents are fully authenticated and legalized, we send them securely to the destination of your choice.

With the benefits of choosing a professional to complete your authentication and legalization needs regarding this matter, including the ease and quickness with which the process can be completed, it almost does not make sense to do it yourself. Give us a call at Legalization Service Center at 1-800-857-1215 for a phone consultation to answer any remaining questions or to discuss your specific needs. Our experts will guide you through the process and make this complicated ordeal as simple and efficient as possible!

Wedding in Cuba

Marriage in Cuba: What Documents Should Canadians Prepare for Wedding in Cuba

Canadians Marrying in Cuba

Love is in the air! Fresh, oceanic, breezy Cuban air. Congratulations on choosing to marry in the beautiful island of Cuba. Perhaps your fiancé/e is Cuban or perhaps you are both Canadians taking advantage of a beautiful Cuban destination wedding. While the latter is simple, there are technical barriers you will have to overcome in order to marry in a Cuban resort. In both cases, you will need to have certain paper work compiled, authenticated and legalized in order to marry in Cuba.

The Paperwork

In order to marry in Cuba, you will need to obtain official permission from your future spouse’s government. Their government will require proof of the following with documentation:

  • Your marital status as being single and eligible to marry
  • Proof of country of birth
  • Proof of date of birth to meet the legal age requirement of 18 years old to marry

To prove that you are single, as a Canadian you will need to provide a Statutory Declaration of Single Status, along with notarized copies of your identification such as a birth certificate and passport. (Please contact our office for Statutory Declaration of Single Status template). If you are divorced/widowed, there are additional documents you will need to provide such as your marriage certificate, divorce certificate, divorce order, or death certificate.

All of the documents that you provide must be translated in Spanish, notarized, authenticated by Global Affairs Canada, and legalized by the Cuban consulate or embassy. For easy processing and a hiccup-free wedding in Cuba, you will want to have all of this paperwork completed before you depart to Cuba for the big affair!

While this takes care of your end of documentation, your Cuban partner will need to do some paperwork of their own. Your future husband or wife will need to provide the following to their government:

  • His/her identity card
  • If they are divorced, a notarized copy of their divorce certificate
  • For a female, if she has been divorced for less than 300 days, she will require a medical certificate stating that she is not pregnant

The Actual Marriage

Once all of your paper work is in order, you will then apply for the marriage itself. In order to do so, you can go to one of two offices in Havana, Cuba, along with your future spouse and two witnesses who are not related to either of you. Your witnesses will need to bring with them documentation/identification that proves the following:

  • Their full names
  • Address
  • Identity document number, passport, and residency permit/tourist cards

At the end of it all and after several fees and stamps, you will obtain three copies of your marriage certificate. And voila, you are now husband and wife!

Get Us to Help!

The prospect of marriage in Cuba can be daunting due to the paperwork and processing involved. Which documents you will need to compile vary case by case and can be complicated and confusing. To ensure that you have everything you need prepared correctly, it is best to consult with an experienced authentication and legalization service professional. You can call our services to obtain professional consultation. We will help you prepare your documents from start to finish, so that your love-filled affair remains as simple and exciting as possible.

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Studying Abroad? Here’s What You Need to Know

Studying Abroad? Here’s What You Need to Know

Travelling internationally for study purposes can be an incredible adventure. However, with every country operating independently with specific entry and exit requirements along with rules to follow while you’re there, it can feel overwhelming when it comes to that dreaded step of the journey… the paperwork. Fear not, however, as we at Legalization Service Centre are here to help! Let’s go over some examples of documents that are required for your stay as well as highlight what needs to be properly authenticated and legalized.

Getting a Valid International Passport

No travel outside Canada is possible without a valid international passport. Our tip is to grab the 10-year version as it’s well worth the investment – you don’t want to get caught in another country after it has expired, and this alleviates much of that risk. This is especially true if you’ll be studying for several years in another country. To obtain one, head to your local immigration office and fill out the application form.

Apostilling Documents

An Apostille represents a confirmation that the document in question is valid, acceptable in other countries, and valid. Canada isn’t part of the Apostille Convention, so the process takes on a different term: Authentication.

Among the documents that you may be required to have authenticated for study abroad, there are a few key ones you should be aware of, as follows:

Certificates of Study

Before you can even leave, you need to make sure that your host country is aware of your current academic status. To get your application successfully processed for overseas student travel, all certificates of study (high school, prior college diplomas, etc.) need to be sent along with your transcripts. This information is used to determine whether an applicant is an ideal fit for the program in question. Sometimes, alternative options might be suggested to you if a particular program isn’t a good fit.

Student Visa

This is a critical part of your travel document portfolio if studying in another country for any period of time. Once you’ve received a letter of invitation, you need to obtain a student visa at the embassy for the country which you intend to stay in. Like the passport, there is a cost associated with this, so be sure to budget in advance. In addition, always make sure your student visa is authenticated and legalized before you leave (this is also known as an Apostille in other countries).

Other Documents

Depending on the specific country you visit, you may be required to have other documents authenticated such as your enrollment letter, birth certificate, and more. Essentially, any document requiring an official’s signature can be Apostilled, so check with the embassy of the country you intend to stay in and make a note of which you need to have authenticated. As a precaution, there’s no harm in bringing in all relevant documents to get them checked before leaving.

Be Prepared for Change

A week or two before you’re set to leave, double-check with the embassy of the country you’re headed to and ensure no changes have been made to the list of required authenticated documents. This step helps to keep your trip streamlined and positive so you can focus on the studies at hand. If there has been a recent admission requirement change and you need something Apostilled quickly, reach out to us at Legalization Service Centre for our rush authentication service!

The more prepared and proactive you are, the easier it will be for you to begin your studies abroad without any hassle! If you need assistance with specific documents or professional authentication and legalization services, reach out to us today for reliable and timely assistance.