Apostille is a confirmation that the signature of the authorized officer on the document is genuine and legal. The Apostille is usually stamped on government issued documents as well as on documents that have been certified by the notaries. Once the Apostille was applied, the document can be now legally and officially used in foreign countries that are signatories of the Apostille Convention.
The following documents are typically required to get apostilled on them if they are intended to be used abroad: Birth, marriage, divorce or death certificates, diplomas, degrees, transcripts, Criminal record background check (police clearance) or fingerprint certificates, notarized corporate documents, powers of attorney, deeds and so on.
How to get a Canadian document Apostilled?
In order to obtain an Apostile on a Canadian document, first of all you will need to make sure that your documents are eligible for this process. In fact, not every document can be Apostilled.
Our office provides Apostile services for Canadian documents. So, please contact us by phone, email, fax and we will be happy to Apostile your Canadian documents so that you can use them in foreign jurisdictions legally. For us it will take less than two business days to Apostile the documents. The only thing you need to do is to courier your document to our office in Ottawa.
Once we receive your documents, we will take care of the rest.