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The Reliable and Professional Document Services Office in Canada

Quality and Secure Document Authentication, Legalization and Attestation Services in Canada!

WHO WE ARE

Legalization Service Centre Canada is an experienced and professional company that offers fast and secure document Apostille, Document Authentication and Document Legalization services in Canada.

Based in Ottawa, the capital city of Canada, we are closely located to the Global Affairs Canada Authentication Office and foreign Embassies that allows us to authenticate and legalize the documents in no time. We are committed to provide the customer service to the highest standards that meet or exceed the expectations of our customers.

WHAT WE DO

As a Canadian Agency established to facilitate the document Authentication and Legalization process in Canada our main goal is to make sure that the documents are properly authenticated and legalized in order to be legally used outside of Canada.

We authenticate and legalize degrees, transcripts, birth or marriage certificates, criminal record check certificates, fingerprints, powers of attorney, commercial documents or any other documents originated from any province of Canada.

WHY CHOOSE US

  • We save your time and money by providing authentication and legalization service from A to Z.
  • We have long-standing experience in document services
  • We offer quality and reliable document services
  • We offer custom approach and attention to details
  • We update you at each stage of the process
  • We have authenticated and legalized over 1,000 documents

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Teaching in China? Legalize Your Documents!

Recently, China has gained an eagerness to teach its people fluency in English, opening up many opportunities for people in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. With this growing demand, the popularity of a teaching job in China has increased significantly. 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. 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 supporting themselves. Regardless of the reasons, a teaching job in China is definitely a lifetime experience and one you are likely excited to embark on!

TEACHING IN CHINA? LET’S SEE WHAT YOU NEED

Before you can begin, there are a few things you need to know about the document and paperwork involved. A teaching job in China involves travelling to and living in a different country. Your need to prepare several documents for your employer, to start on your work visa application. 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)

WHAT TO DO AFTER?

Once you’ve collected and organized all the documents, you will have to have them notarized as true copies. Then, authenticated by the 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’s easier to send true copies instead of the original for various reasons. It 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.

ATTESTATION OF YOUR TEACHING DOCUMENTS FOR CHINA

Authentication is the process used by the Canadian government 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 your stamp is true 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.

NOT SURE HOW TO START? LET US HELP!

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 Canadian government can also take weeks, if not months, to authenticate your documents. With our knowledge of inside matters, we can help speed up the process. Moreover, embassies often have changing requirements which make legalization 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. You can always contact us via our phone number or via WhatsApp, or fill in our online order form! 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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Preparing for Marriage in Mexico

In Mexico, a civil marriage registered in one state is not recognized in another. As a Canadian wishing to marry in Mexico, this is an important piece of information. Why? Because each state may have their own documentation and legal requirements for processing a marriage, and the last thing you would want is to show up under-prepared. Here’s a quick overview of all the documents you should pack with you, just in case.

Your Important Documents

Asides from your passport and a visa, marriage plans in Mexico mean your document preparation list has a few more items to check off. At the very least, both you and your to-be spouse should bring your birth certificate as an identifying document. We know that while for many places or purposes the short form certificate is sufficient, we always recommend the long form for legal and international purposes. If either of you doesn’t have one on hand, start preparing for it a month before your planned departure from Canada. It can take some time to process and receive these documents once you request for them.

In addition to your other IDs, passports, and birth certificates, divorce certificates should also be accompanied if applicable. If either you or your to-be spouse have divorced from a previous marriage, remember to request a divorce certificate from your province or municipal office. When it comes to marriage, you want to get things done right which means laying down the records right from the beginning.

Should you take originals?

In most instances, we highly recommend you take certified copies of documents instead of the actual, physical version. This is especially true during travel, when important documents can be lost in transit. To avoid this, you can make certified true copies which must then be notarized.

Regardless of whether you bring your actual document or a copy, all legal documents will need to be authenticated and legalized before they can be used in Mexico.

Authentication and Legalization

Authentication can be completed quickly via your local provincial document services office. The processing requires for the documents to be taken into the office where examiners review them for authenticity. Particularly, they are interested in seeing if the signing authorities belong to a professional body who may provide this service. Once the government office is satisfied with the authenticity of your document and the signatures within, they will place a red stamp and certificate to indicate that authentication has been completed.

Following this step, your legal documents will need to travel to the Consulate of Mexico in Toronto or Ottawa for legalization. Here, the Mexican consulate will review your document to ensure its fitness for use in Mexico. They will also review the document services seal for authentication to ensure its validity. If you’ve followed the steps that come before this, legalization is seldom held back. Typically, if anything were amiss with your documents, it would have been noticed earlier along the process. Once the consulate is satisfied, they too will place a certificate or stamp to indicate that your document has been legalized.

At the end of the day, document preparation is key in ensuring that your big day in Mexico goes as planned. At Legalization Service Centre, we process hundreds of records and legal documents for this purpose every day. Give us a call to help you prepare all of yours so that you can be on your way to a lifetime of celebrations.

Single Status Affidavit Legalization for Marriage in Turkey

Globalization may have made international connections easier, but tracking a legal marriage between nations can still be a challenge. Due to accounts of marriage fraud reported over the years, countries take international marriage pursuits very seriously. Turkey is no exception to this and requires its citizens to obtain proof of singlehood from their prospective suitors. What does this mean to you? It means you will need to provide a Single Status Affidavit to the government of Turkey before you can marry.

How do you obtain the affidavit?

At the very least, a Single Status Affidavit contains your name, citizenship, marital status, and the name and citizenship of your future spouse. You may choose to include your address, contact information, and referential contacts in your home/country of residence. If you have been previously married and divorced, you should provide a certificate of divorce as a supporting document. Once drafted, you will need to attest and notarize this affidavit in front of a Canadian notary public. Notarizing is fairly simple and can happen with a quick appointment in person or even online.

Single Status Affidavit Authentication

After notarizing your affidavit to make it an official binding document, the next step is attestation. This is an important step in making sure your document will be valid in Turkey.. Attestation has another name in Canada: authentication and legalization. Even through the two-step process can sound a little daunting, your local legalization professional can make this process as smooth as possible and save you mistakes and time.

In order to authenticate your affidavit, you need to get your provincial or federal document services office to validate it. Here, the office will review the signatures to ensure they belong to a body of professionals authorized to provide these signatures. Depending on how busy the document service office is, authentication can take as little as 15 minutes to a few hours. Since this is a government office, you will have to visit during business hours to complete authentication.

Single Status Affidavit Legalization

Once you receive a red seal from the document services office as proof of authenticity, your affidavit will need to visit the Turkish Consulate General in Toronto or Ottawa for Legalization. Here, the consulate will review the affidavit to ensure it meets criteria for use in Turkey. Along with this, they will also review the stamp made for authentication to ensure its validity. Once they are satisfied, they too will stamp your document or attach a certificate to indicate the completion of legalization.

And there you have it! With your affidavit authenticated and legalized, you can begin your milestone journey to a marriage in Turkey with confidence. The biggest fear and uncertainty in marrying a Canadian citizen removed from the minds of the Turkish government and your soon-to-be spouse.

Need Help? We Are Here For You

It can be difficult to keep track of all the demands of the Mexican Embassy as a client! We understand more than anyone, especially if this is your first time having to authenticate and legalize your documents. Our experts at Legalization Service Centre Canada (LSC Canada) have more than 10 years of experience with document authentication and legalization of Canadian documents, so we’re always working tirelessly to ensure the easiest process for you. Our client’s 5 star reviews will assure you of our quality, reliable and fast service, and our solid interpersonal relations with each embassies and consulates in Ottawa and Canada will provide you further confidence.

 

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Your Document Legalization for Your Trip to Mexico

Mexico is one of the biggest trading partners of Canada, with the United States joining the two to form CUSMA. It’s no surprise that many Canadians seek opportunities in this southern country. The beautiful sandy beaches remain a popular wedding destination, as well as a retirement location. Work opportunities, personal or corporate, are engaging and rewarding. However, there’s no doubt that before you can enjoy Mexico’s warm embrace, you must go through the process of authentication and legalization or document apostille. 

CANADIAN DOCUMENT AUTHENTICATION AND LEGALIZATION

DEFINTION

What is “apostille”? And why must you do both authentication and legalization of your documents? This is due to the Hague agreement or Apostille Convention, which Canada hasn’t signed. Canadian documents need to go through two levels of authentication and legalization. This means that in order for your documents to be valid and usable in Mexico, they need to be authenticated by the Canadian government first and then legalized at the consular section of the Mexican embassy in Ottawa. 

LEGALIZATION OF DOCUMENTS FOR MEXICO

Depending on the reason for your visit to Mexico, different documents will be required to go through the authentication process. For example, birth certificates and marriage certificates for those who wish to marry there, pension documents for retirement, tax residency letters, powers of attorney for personal work, and certificates of incorporation for corporate work. This list is no way complete, however. Always double check with the Mexican embassy to ensure that you have all of them. In the case for corporate work, partnering companies usually produce the full list of required documents for you.

CANADIAN CORPORATE DOCUMENTS: APOSTILLE, AUTHENTICATION & LEGALIZATION  

In Mexico, emphasis has been put on the democratization of health care in the recent years, with the quality of said healthcare increasing. Thus, Mexico became an attractive place for expansion and/or partnership of pharmaceutical and other health-related companies. If you’re venturing for a corporate business opportunity, the documents you need to get authenticated and legalized depend entirely on the requesting party. They may include powers of attorney, certificates of incorporation, various certificates such as SCC, CPP, GMP, ISO, certificates of incorporation, certificates of origins, commercial invoices, tax residency letters, permits, etc. In addition to the two-step authentication and legalization process, a lawyer or a notary public must validate your documents. Notarization is often a prerequisite for apostille. If you’re unsure about any of these steps, don’t hesitate to contact us and an agent will be with you shortly!

DOCUMENT LEGALIZATION: PERSONAL WORK

The documents needed for non-corporate (personal) work are different from corporate documents. In fact, they include “vital statistics”. They’re simply your birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce certificates and death certificates. You will need the aforementioned if you’re planning to retire or to marry in Mexico, as well. They will need to go through the process of authentication and legalization. However, Global Affairs Canada recognizes the signatures in the provincially issued vital statistics, so there’s no need for notarization.

DOCUMENT LEGALIZATION FOR MEXICO: RETIREMENT

If you’re planning to retire in Mexico, in addition to submitting your vital statistics, you will have to include a criminal record check and proof of pension. Our experts at LSC Canada recommend obtaining an RCMP police check instead of a local police issued one. An RCMP police check is always more thorough, as it’s based on fingerprints. Always double check to see if you have all the required documents. If you’ve ever lived or worked in Mexico, you may be eligible for certain pension benefits. This information can be found here.

DOCUMENT LEGALIZATION FOR MEXICO: WEDDINGS

If you’re planning to marry in Mexico, firstly, you picked a beautiful place! Secondly, clients need to authenticate and legalize marriage certificates, in addition to vital statistics. Always refer back to the Mexican embassy for a comprehensive list of all you need for the ceremony. If you were born in Canada, widowed, divorced, or born abroad, you’ll also have to submit a Statement in Lieu of Certificate of Non-Impediment to Marriage Abroad. You must directly request for this document, and then authenticate it. If you don’t know how or where to start, don’t hesitate to contact us! 

NEED HELP? WE ARE HERE FOR YOU

It can be difficult to keep track of all the demands of the Mexican Embassy as a client! We understand more than anyone, especially if this is your first time having to authenticate and legalize your documents. Our experts at Legalization Service Centre Canada (LSC Canada) have more than 10 years of experience with document authentication and legalization of Canadian documents, so we’re always working tirelessly to ensure the easiest process for you. Our client’s 5 star reviews will assure you of our quality, reliable and fast service, and our solid interpersonal relations with each embassies and consulates in Ottawa and Canada will provide you further confidence.

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UAE Embassy in Ottawa Legalization

If you are looking for opportunities for employment, chances are you already heard of United Arab Emirates. This country offers one of the highest quality education in the Middle East. They are currently a hotspot for anyone wishing to join their diverse workforce. As international interest grows, naturally, the UAE becomes more strict about who they accept into their country and who they don’t. Before your documents are considered valid in UAE, they must first go through authentication and legalization or document apostille. 

UAE LEGALIZATION: THE TWO STEPS

What is “apostille”? And why must you do both authentication and legalization of your documents? This all due to the Hague agreement or Apostille Convention, which Canada hasn’t signed. Canadian documents need to go through two levels of authentication and legalization. This means that in order for your documents to be valid and usable in UAE, they need to be authenticated by the Canadian government first, and then legalized at the consular section of the embassy of UAE in Ottawa.

VALIDATING DOCUMENTS: FOR EDUCATION

If you’re planning on studying in one of the prestigious universities in UAE, you will have to validate your Canadian university degree. Whether your degree is from the University of Toronto, McGill University or Queen’s University, such fine school’s transcripts and degrees can become targets of forgery. As such, the embassy is very meticulous with legalization. Certain degrees will require extra steps. In those cases, your university will need to provide some additional documents, such as transcripts or your academic files. This can be hard to keep track of when going through the process yourself, so we are here to help! If you’re in a hurry, we offer rush service, where you’ll get your documents authenticated and legalized in just 2 business days!

VALIDATING CANADIAN DOCUMENTS: FOR EMPLOYMENT

When joining the United Arab Emirates workforce, there’s a difference between non-corporate documents and corporate documents. Non-corporate documents include “vital statistics”. They’re simply your birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce certificates and death certificates. You will need the aforementioned if you’re planning to bring your family or spouse with you or if you need to declare single status. They will need to go through the process of authentication and legalization, too.

NON-CORPORATE EMPLOYMENT

In addition to submitting your vital statistics, you might have to include a criminal record check. Our experts at LSC Canada recommend obtaining an RCMP police check instead of a local police issued one. An RCMP police check is always more thorough, as it’s based on fingerprints. If you wish to speed the process along, we will be more than happy to oblige, to the best of our ability. Always double check to see if you have all the required documents!

CORPORATE EMPLOYMENT

The United Arab Emirates are an attractive venue for new or existing corporate businesses. Whether you’re partnering with a business in UAE or expanding your chain, this lush country offers much reward. They may request powers of attorney, certificates of incorporation, various certificates such as SCC, CPP, GMP, ISO, certificates of incorporation, certificates of origins, commercial invoices, tax residency letters, permits, etc. In addition to the two-step authentication and legalization process, a lawyer or a notary public must validate your documents. Notarization is often a prerequisite for apostille. If you’re unsure about any of these steps, don’t hesitate to contact us and an agent will be with you shortly!

NEED HELP? WE ARE HERE FOR YOU

It can be difficult to keep track of all the demands of the UAE legalization requirements as a client! We understand more than anyone, especially if this is your first time having to authenticate and legalize your documents. Our experts at Legalization Service Centre Canada have more than 10 years of experience with document authentication and legalization. We’re always working tirelessly to ensure the easiest process for you! Our client’s 5 star reviews will assure you of our quality, reliable and fast service, and our solid interpersonal relations with each embassies and consulates in Ottawa and Canada will provide you further confidence.

 

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Legalization Service At the Chinese Embassy

Nowadays many Canadians travel to China for work in different industries. In most cases, you’re required to present your validated Canadian documents to the Chinese authorities. Examples of these documents are your degrees or a criminal record check certificate in order to apply for a Z work visa. They can also ask for birth, marriage and divorce certificates, too. So what exactly do you need to do? Read on to learn more about Chinese embassy legalization.

Why is Chinese Embassy Legalization Required?

The Chinese Embassy legalization sector’s responsibility is to verify that the Canadian documents intended to be used in China have been legally obtained and are genuine. They certify your documents by placing a special certificate and a seal on them. Once this process has been finished, you can now legally used your documents in China!

Before you can submit them for Chinese Embassy legalization, they must undergo authentication by the Canadian government services. We can help with both federal and provincial level authentication. So, the first step would be to authenticate your documents and then legalize by the Chinese embassy legalization sector in Ottawa.

How Can We Help?

A service like Legalization Service Centre can make your document attestation journey a really easy one. We understand the nitty-gritty details of authentication and legalization because it’s all we do.

When you call us to take care of your attestation needs, you can rest assured that your document processing has been entrusted to professionals with years of service experience and a seriously good rating on Google! We also stand with an A++ status with the Better Business Bureau. We work tirelessly on each case with individualized attention from start to finish.

Does this mean we’re expensive? Absolutely not! We quote based on only what you need. So give us a call – we’ll answer any questions you may have.

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Tips for Legalizing Your Birth Certificate for Colombia

Tips for Legalizing Your Birth Certificate for Colombia

One of the most common documents you need to attest are birth certificates. This isn’t surprising if you think of all of the applications of the document. Whether you are going through immigrations, applying for a visa, need to document a live birth in another country, or are planning a marriage in another country, you may need to include a birth certificate. Things are no different for your affairs in Colombia! If you’re in need of attesting a birth certificate for Colombia, keep reading for some pro tips!

Tip # 1: Go for the long form of the birth certificate!

Just take our word for it on this one – you’ll thank us later. In general, for official purposes you will almost always require the full length document of any sort. A birth certificate for Colombia especially would need to be non-wallet sized. The long-form certificate includes a lot more details which add great value to your overall application. These details add strength to your application and solidify the facts that you state in other areas.  The additional information shows details of the parents which help to demonstrate these connections officially.

Tip # 2: Gather everything in one place

The birth certificate most likely won’t be all that you need. Start the application/official process early and dedicate a file to start assembling the pieces together. Remember that you must keep your important documents in physical records, even in today’s digital era for attestation. It’s also important to keep them safe, intact, and easily accessible. Also, remember that when paper transfers hands, they can get worn out or dirty. Consider keeping them in plastic sheet protectors to prevent damage to the paper or ink. Having a designated file for storage and transfers can also lend to keeping them safe, protected, and easily accessible.

Tip # 3: Keep your documents confidential

It’s important to keep your birth certificate in a safe place to prevent loss or theft. Legal documents such as your birth certificate and IDs contain personal information about you that can create havoc in the wrong hands. In fact, one of the ways identity theft can happen is if original documents fall into the hands of someone with malicious intentions.

Tip # 4: Start your process early

No really – please start early. Often when we tell our clients that they need to start the authentication process months ahead of their scheduled application date, they think we’re exaggerating. We really aren’t. Authentication and legalization can take quite some time to complete. And your birth certificate for Colombia will need to undergo both of these steps. In fact, until early this year, you could pay extra for rushed same day services at Global Affairs Canada (GAC) for document authentication. However, GAC has taken that option entirely off the tables and now all authentication services take a minimum of one week to complete, even those requested for rush.

If your service is not “rush”, it will take about a month to be authenticated. Only after this can you proceed with legalization which can take another month, depending on factors such as time of year, embassy availability, etc. Note: GAC authentication rush services are subject to application and approval. You must have a valid reason for requesting a rush service and not all requests are granted approval.

Tip # 5: Hire us for the job!

Not to be tooting our own horn, but a service like Legalization Service Centre can make your document attestation journey a really easy one. We understand the nitty-gritty details of authentication and legalization because it’s all we do.

When you call us to take care of your attestation needs, you can rest assured that your document processing has been entrusted to professionals with years of service experience and a seriously good rating on Google! We also stand with an A++ status with the Better Business Bureau. Our reputation is our crown and because we take our business so seriously, we work tirelessly on each case with individualized attention from start to finish.

Does this mean we’re expensive? Absolutely not! We stand for fair pricing on our projects and quote based on only what you need. So give us a call – at the very least we’ll give you the guidance you are looking and answer any questions you may have.

 

 

 

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Degree Legalization for Costa Rica

Degree Legalization for Costa Rica

Thinking about a move to Costa Rica? You aren’t alone! Costa Rica has become home to thousands of Canadians flocking to a piece of paradise. And for good reason too – the economy on this island has been soaring to impressive measures. Tourism, agribusiness, and its natural resources make for a wide diversity of opportunities. As businesses set up shop and people flock to vacation there, a growing need for professionals in all levels is becoming apparent. And as you may have encountered first-hand, this is great news for anyone looking to make a settlement there. Whether you’re a professional or student, one thing’s for sure – you’ll need degree legalization for Costa Rica!

Preparing Your Degree

If you’re applying for a job or higher education,  the institution you’re applying to would want to check your credentials. You’ll need degrees and diplomas on hand and ready to submit them.As legalization professionals, one of the issues we see people encounter is a lack of preparedness ahead of time. For example, many people often don’t have their degree or diploma on hand. This leads to a rush job and panicking.

For this reason, you should request the document as soon as possible. It often takes institutions several weeks to prepare and mail them out to you. From that point, receiving it through courier services or snail mail can also take time. Also on that note – it is good practice to also have your transcripts on hand and processed, in case you need to provide this as well. Best practice calls to have all of these documents ordered together so you can expect to receive them around the same time.

Degree Authentication for Costa Rica

Once you have your degree or diploma and official transcripts, you will need to have all of these documents authenticated and legalized in order for them to be valid for use in Costa Rica. In Canada, Global Affairs Canada (GAC) located in Ottawa is responsible for all document authentication. There may also be an option to authenticate them through provincial Document Services Office. To find out which office you need to go through, you should contact the embassy to consult with them. Alternatively, you can contact Legalization Service Centre, where we have up-to-date information on all authentication and legalization information.

Document Legalization for Costa Rica

Following authentication, which can take up to 30 days to complete, your documents will need to be legalized by the Costa Rican embassy in Ottawa. The embassy will review the documents, along with the authentication stamp, to verify that the documents and authentication meet their country’s standards. The embassy will place their stamp or certificate completing the entire attestation process.

What makes document processing difficult?

Document authentication and legalization can be dreadful work. In fact, it’s often the least looked-forward-to part of the process for many Canadian applicants. For security reasons, GAC can take a very long time to process your documents, which can feel cumbersome. Moreover, any out-of-province travel you have to do can mean time spent away from work and hundreds or thousands of dollars in travel costs alone. For these reasons, we highly recommend using a service provider to manage these processes. Not only will a service such as ours save you time and money, but we take the headache out of figuring out what to do next.  In most cases, all you have to do is submit the required documents and everything else, including delivery to their final destination, is up to us.

Still have questions and confusions? Don’t be alarmed, it’s natural to feel this way. Moving to a whole new country, whether for a short while or long, is a huge step. There’s definitely a lot to get done, but keep your head up high and remember that all of this is temporary. But for everything related to attestation, just give us a call. We’re happy to help you every step of the way!

 

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Customer Reviews

Customer Service is Excellent

“Thank you for your fast and efficient service. I wish I could say the same about the Mexican end. Your customer service is excellent and I appreciate it greatly.”

– Jacqueline Wallace, Calgary, Canada

Fast and Under Controle

“They answered very quickly to my demand and all the questions I had about the process as it was the first time I had to legalized a document. The whole process was very fast and I was keep updated of all the different steps. It took less than a week, from the treatment of my documents to their delivery outside of Canada. Great services!”

– Charlotte

Fast respond, great service!

“Authentication process of my daughters birth certificate, delivering it to the Embassy for legalization, everything was done in a timely manner and with great communication at all stages. Thanks to these guys I got all the paperwork done just in time and did not have to cancel my vacation. Will definitely come back next time and recommend to friends. Thank you!”

– Konstantin – Whitehorse, Canada

Outstanding Service

“I had to get my university diploma attested by UAE embassy. Legalization Service Centre handled the process fast and hassle-free. I received my document back in Dubai save and within a short time. Thank you for the great service. I will definitely use your service again and recommend you to my friends.”

– Mahavir, Dubai, United Arab Emirates