Finding the correct process to legalise a document from one country for use in another can seem like a daunting process. Fortunately, the Hague Apostille convention has simplified this process considerably for many countries. The Apostille is all that is required when presenting a document in a country that is a member of the Hague Apostille convention.
We are pleased to assist companies with the legalisation of business documents that need to be used in Saudi Arabia.
You are conducting business with a company in Algeria and they suddenly ask you to get the contracts and agreements attested. You have probably never heard of 'embassy attestation' and do not need the headache of trying to contact the embassy for help. That is where we help. We make document attestaiton as easy as possible.
Documents that are being submitted to Algeria require additional legalisation with the correct embassy. There are several steps to the process and documents must be submitted corretly.
Adding an apostille to a document is often referred to as the attestation. It may also be called, certification or getting a document apostilled.
The most common, and arguably correct term, is legalisation. Documents are legalised for use in another country when the apostille has been attached.
For clarity, attestation is by definition the confirmation of correctness. It also refers to the witnessing of an action or event. It is therefore easy to see why the apostille service may be referred to as attestation.