Power of Attorney Attestation for the Philippines

With crystal blue beaches, balmy weather, and amicable hospitality, the Philippines has garnered a lot of tourist attention. But more importantly, the likes of these qualities has made the collection of islands a booming centre for outsourced businesses. Whether you are a native or a foreigner, there are many reasons to keep visiting! However, recent restrictions due to the pandemic has made travel to the Philippines something of a nuisance. For one thing, the local government there has taken strict lockdown and international border control measures to limit the pandemic. Moreover, Canadian restrictions on travel and quarantining requirements don’t make matters easier. However, some business, property, or financial affairs must be fulfilled regardless. How exactly do you go about fulfilling your obligations? Simple: through a Philippine Power of Attorney (POA).

What is a POA?

Through a Power of Attorney (POA,) you can assign a trusted adult in the Philippines to carry on your responsibilities. This person can make important financial, property, or business decisions on your behalf. Since many transactions can require your legal consent or signature, assigning someone with a power of attorney allows that person to sign on your behalf. POA’s have been a blessing and a boon during this difficult pandemic. If you’ve decided to follow this route, there are a few key steps you must complete in Canada for your POA to be valid in the Philippines.

Decide who to assign as your attorney

A Power of Attorney is a powerful tool. In the right hands, this tool will allow you to carry on your affairs that would otherwise be difficult to conduct. Choosing the right capable adult is a personal decision since only you know best who to assign with important responsibilities. However, when making the decision, keep in mind that this person cannot be your spouse, child, or anyone you would treat as your child. Your chosen attorney must also be someone who is over the age of 18 and is mentality capable of carrying the functions required of them. But most importantly, this person must be someone you can trust very much.

Philippines Power of Attorney: Notarization and Signing 

There are different ways to create a Power of Attorney and different wording/formatting for varying purposes. Depending on what your purpose is (financial, property, or medical), you will have to choose the correct pre-made form from an online source or have a lawyer draft a POA uniquely for you. Regardless of whether you choose a form or have the document drafted, you must notarize and sign the completed document. Traditionally, you must sign the document in front of a lawyer or notary public, along with two witnesses. Due to social distancing practices currently, there are options for completing this step via video-conferences. You should research services online to find a suitable match in your province.

Philippines Power of Attorney: Attestation

Step 1. Authentication of Philippines Power of Attorney

Once you have signed your POA (also known as “swearing”), it must undergo authentication and legalization. In order to complete authentication, the document must be submitted to Global Affairs Canada (GAC) located in Ottawa. Here, your document will spend roughly 20 days to complete the process of authentication. During this step, GAC will review your POA for the validity of the signatures on the document along with format and other requirements. Once they are satisfied with the trueness of the document, they will affix a large red stamp signifying that the Philippines power of attorney has been authenticated.

While anyone can submit documents to GAC for authentication, going about this by yourself can make the process unnecessarily lengthy and expensive. Each revision at GAC requires additional fees for corrections and adds more time to completion. Comparatively, choosing an expert authentication representative such as Legalization Service Centre can cut down your wait time significantly. Due to our networks with GAC, we can have your documents authenticated in as little as one business day.

Step 2. Legalization of Philippines Power of Attorney

Following authentication, your document will need to be submitted to the Philippine Embassy in Ottawa. Similar to GAC, the embassy will also conduct a check on the document to verify that it meets its standards for use. They will also ensure that the GAC seal is authentic. They will place a stamp of legalization on your POA, once satisfied. This step confers the attestation of your Philippines power of attorney!

Similar to our network with GAC, at Legalization Service Centre, we have networks and up-to-date information on all of the embassies located in Ottawa. Since the requirements at the embassies can change frequently, this means that we always have correct and relevant information on hand. This is an important factor in ensuring that your POA is processed properly and on time.

How can we help?

With your POA notarized, signed, and attested, your document is now good to work for you as you need it to! During this difficult time in the history of the world, we understand how frustrating it can be to simply accomplish our important day-to-day business transactions and activities. At Legalization Service Centre, we are here to stand by you in any of your legalization service needs. Paperwork can be tedious and especially frustrating now. However, it is what we do best and hope to take care of on your behalf. Feel free to call us for any of your document attestation needs. We are happy to talk, even if you aren’t quite ready to get started yet.

 

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Attestation of a Power of Attorney for Israel

One of the greatest hurdles of this pandemic has been the limitations placed on international travel. Travel outside of Canada has been challenging, and this difficulty applies to travel to Israel as well. This has caused a great deal of concern for many. For one thing, those with businesses or legal/financial matters in Israel have found it difficult to carry on their duties from afar. But what do you do for matters that cannot wait for your presence there? One optimal solution may be to sign an Israel Power of Attorney.

A Power of Attorney (POA) during these difficult times can be a game changing tool. Through a POA, you can assign a trusted and capable adult over the age of 18 to carry on legal matters regarding your finances or property in Israel. Acting on your best interest, this “attorney” would be able to make decisions on your behalf, sign legal documents, and perform other tasks as you prescribe. So now that you’ve decided to authorize an individual as your attorney, what do you do next?

Step 1: Draft the Israel Power of Attorney

Since this is a legally binding document offering significant control to another person on your personal matters or property, it’s important to draft this document carefully. You may wish to consult a legal professional and have them draft out your POA. Alternatively, there are pre-made forms that you can fill out for the type of POA of relevance to you. These forms are readily available on different websites and platforms online.

Step 2: Notarization and Witnessed Signing 

Because of the sensitive nature of an Israel Power of Attorney, it is important that other people are witness to you granting power to your attorney. For this reason, you will need to sign your document (also known as “swearing it”) in the presence of two witnesses and a notary public. Usually this step would happen in a notary public’s office, however, due to the pandemic, many of these institutions are providing this service via video conference calls online. Check your province for available services that will allow you to do this. Otherwise, see if you can safely visit a local legal advisory or notary public to complete the witnessed signing.

Keep in mind, your witnesses must not be a spouse, child, or anyone you consider as a child. They must be over the age of 18 and must be capable of understanding the gravity of the document.

Step 3: Contact Legalization Service Centre for Authentication and Legalization

Since your Power of Attorney will be used in Israel, it is necessary to have the document authenticated and legalized. Otherwise, your POA will not be valid in Israel. While you may complete these processes on your own, this approach can prove to be time and money-consuming. For one thing, authentication happens at Global Affairs Canada, whose office is located in Ottawa. From the time of submission, it may take up to 20 days for GAC to review and authenticate your document. Alternatively, when we process and submit to them, your documents can be authenticated within one business day. Since we are an established service provider and have been in practice for many years, our networks within GAC allow us to bypass the wait-time. Moreover, forms submitted by us are skillfully reviewed to omit errors and omissions which could otherwise make your process longer and more expensive.

At Legalization Service Centre, our agents also keep track of changes and requirement updates at individual embassies. This means that we always have the most current and accurate information regarding the Israel embassy’s legalization process for POAs.

Step 4: Send your Israel Power of Attorney to its Final Destination

Once your document has been properly prepared, authenticated, and legalized, it is now ready to be sent to your chosen attorney so they may act on your behalf! When you choose Legalization Service Centre to complete your document authentication and legalization, we ensure that your final document reaches safely to its destination. All you do is provide the correct address for delivery.

 

At Legalization Service Centre, we understand the challenges faced by all Canadians during these testing times. We know how frustrating it must be to not be able to be present in Israel for important work. While many of these challenges are beyond our scope, we do hope to help where we can. Call us today with any questions you may have, even if you aren’t quite ready to start the process yet. We are happy to chat and are always at your attestation service!

 

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Attestation of Power of Attorney for Spain

If you have property or a business in Spain, a Power of Attorney (POA) can be a great way to delegate responsibility. By means of a POA, your chosen attorney can perform certain actions and make decisions on your behalf. It’s particularly useful at times when it is difficult to travel from Canada to Spain to carry out your responsibilities. There are certain steps that you must take before a POA originating in Canada can be valid in Spain. Below are some things to do in order to prepare and attest your POA.

Draft the Power of Attorney

There are several types of Power of Attorneys that you could draft. Such as: a General POA, Special, Limited, Springing General, or Durable POA. With these, you can grant a trusted person with decision making rights regarding property, finances or medical care. You will need to fill out an appropriate form or draft a document with the aid of a legal advisor. Take sufficient time to determine the precise terms and conditions of the contract.

Swear your Power of Attorney

Two other adult witnesses and a notary public need to witness you signing your document. Any impartial and capable adult over the age of 18 can be your witness. Granted, they are not your spouse, child, or your attorney! In-person gatherings, however, are restricted for the better portion of 2021. There are paid online services where notary and witnessed signing can be completed as such. You should check with current provincial physical distancing measures and witnessing protocols in place to complete this step.

Have your POA Authenticated

After you sign and notarize your POA, you need to authenticate and legalize it. In order to complete the first of these two steps, your document will need to be submitted to Global Affairs Canada (GAC) in Ottawa. Completion of this step can be lengthy, often requiring over 20 business days to finish. Moreover, corrections to the authentication process can be expensive and further lengthen the process. To avoid process delays and additional charges, you can use a professional authentication and legalization service provider such as Legalization Service Centre located in Ottawa. You can contact LSC from anywhere in Canada, and we can properly guide you through the entire attestation process. Through our established network in GAC, we’re able to authenticate your document in as little as one business day.

Legalization at the Embassy of Spain in Canada

Following authentication, your POA and related documents will need to be legalized at the Spanish Embassy, conveniently located in both Ottawa and Toronto. The embassy will review your POA for GAC’s seal, and any standards needed for use in Spain. The guidelines at the embassy change regularly without notice and Legalization Service Centre keeps track of these changes to make the process of legalization smooth and hassle free. When you attest through us, we ensure that your document meets all of the necessary requirements before it even reaches the embassy.

Need Help?

Once the above steps are completed, your POA is good to use in Spain! However at Legalization Service Centre, we understand that preparing your POA can be a tedious task. We understand the caution and sensitivity of the matter and can help you complete the process of document preparation and attestation as efficiently as possible. Our goal is to help you move on to your next order of business as quickly and efficiently as you can!

 

 

 

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Power of Attorney for Use in the UAE

If you have a property, business, or a personal matter requiring decision-making in the UAE, you may need to provide a Power of Attorney to your designated person (the “attorney”). When choosing this individual, be mindful of the power and control that you are sharing. Your chosen “attorney” will be able to act as you for the business entity, personal matter or estate. A Power of Attorney is a powerful tool. It may be a good idea to speak with a legal advisor about the terms and limitations, if any, you wish to place on the granted decision-making rights. Here’s all you need to know about preparing a Power of Attorney for use in the UAE.

What is a Power of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document that grants someone else permission to make decisions on your behalf. The “grantor” is the person giving permission, while the person receiving the decision-making rights is the “attorney”. You can use a Power of Attorney for personal, commercial, or property decision-making. Anyone can fill the two roles of the POA. Both designated individuals need to both be over 18 and capable enough to carry the responsibilities.

Swearing your Power of Attorney for use in UAE

To start the process, you need to swear on the POA and then have a Canadian lawyer or Notary Public seal it. Any local licensed lawyer or Notary Public can help you complete this step. However, if you have a commercial or property Power of Attorney, you may benefit from approaching someone skilled in commercial or property law.

Power of Attorney Attestation vs. Authentication and Legalization

If you need to use a Power of Attorney in the UAE, you need to authenticate and legalize it first! After these two steps, you have validated the POA for international use. There’s something very important you should keep in mind, though! In the UAE, the process is called Power of Attorney Attestation. Whereas in Canada, it’s Power of Attorney Authentication and Legalization. The terminology is different, but the processes are equivalent to each other.

Authenticating your Power of Attorney for UAE

Once you have the Power of Attorney sworn and notarized, your document is ready for authentication. Authentication in Canada is performed by Global Affairs Canada (GAC) located in Ottawa. They verify that the signatures and seals on a document are authentic. GAC will place a red stamp on your document to complete authentication.

Legalization of Power of Attorney at the UAE Embassy

Following Authentication, your Power of Attorney will need to be submitted to the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates located in Ottawa. Here, your document will undergo the final step of legalization. The embassy will review your document to ensure the GAC stamp is genuine. As well as make sure it meets the requirements set forth by the UAE. Once the embassy is satisfied, they too will place a stamp or certificate indicating that your Power of Attorney has been legalized.

When and Why trust Authentication and Legalization Professionals?

The process of document attestation can be time consuming and difficult in many ways. The physical location of GAC and most embassies in Canada to work with. For these reasons, it is advisable to contact a legalization professional such as Legalization Service Centre to conduct the process on your behalf. We will gather all the right documents and make their transfer to the final destination smoother! While it typically takes 15 to 20 days to authenticate a document if you to submit it yourself, LSC can have the document processed at GAC in as little as one business day. Moreover, since we are professionals who handle these matters regularly, our skilled agents submit your documents free of errors or omissions which can otherwise cost you hundreds of dollars in additional fees.

We Can Help

Over the years, our business has earned an A++ standing with the Better Business Bureau and boasts a 5-star rating on Google. Our customer service is unparalleled because we are both knowledgeable in our field and willing to do everything necessary to fulfill your legalization requirements. If you have any questions, give us a call or reach out to us via WhatsApp! We are happy to talk and answer queries free of charge, even if you don’t need our services.

 

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Death Certificate Attestation for use in China

Belonging to different nationalities means that you likely have affairs in different parts of the world. For example, if you are a Chinese immigrant in Canada, you may have properties, businesses, and assets in both countries. Similarly, you may have relatives in both places. Immigrants lead blessed and complicated lives in this regard. Your ties continue to remain in both lands, even after your demise. If you require a China death certificate attestation for someone who passed away in Canada, you’re not alone. Every year, thousands of Chinese-Canadians need to validate a Canadian death certificate. What do you do now?

Starting Death Certificate Attestation

In Canada, only the next-of-kin can apply for a certified copy of the death registration. This means that direct relatives such as a spouse, off-spring, and parents may access or request this document. The vital statistics office in your province issues certified death certificates. For example, you may obtain it from Service Ontario if the death was registered in ON. To be certain that you don’t face any obstacles in China with the process, get the long-form certified copy.

Death Certificate Attestation Step 1: Authentication 

The death certificate attestation is a process with two simple steps. It is only valid for use in China afterwards. In order to authenticate, it must be submitted to Global Affairs Canada (GAC) located in Ottawa. GAC will review your document and validate all the details of the form. This process typically takes 15-20 business days. They will place a red stamp to indicate completion of authentication.

Death Certificate Attestation Step 2: Legalization

Following authentication, your death certificate will need to be submitted to the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China, located in Ottawa. Here, the document will undergo the process of legalization. During this process, the embassy will review the document to validate GAC’s stamp. They will also ensure that the document meets it’s country-wise requirements. After this step, death certificate attestation is complete. Now, even though the death happened in Canada, this document will be treated as its legal equivalent in China.

A Friendly Word of Advice

The process of death certificate attestation can be daunting! Especially if you are already processing the death of a loved one. The physical location of GAC and most embassies in Canada to work with. For these reasons, it is advisable to contact a legalization professional such as Legalization Service Centre to conduct the process on your behalf. We will gather all the right documents and make their transfer to the final destination smoother. While it typically takes 15 to 20 days to authenticate a document if you to submit it yourself, LSC can have the document processed at GAC in as little as one business day. Moreover, since we are professionals who handle these matters regularly, our skilled agents submit your documents free of errors or omissions which can otherwise cost you hundreds of dollars in additional fees.

Legalization Service Centre – At Your Service!

We are also highly professional and deemed reliable by all of our clients as well as The Better Business Bureau (BBB). Over the years, our customer service and dedicated legalization services have earned us hundreds of 5 star ratings on Google and an A++ standing with the BBB. Our work is our pride and we take care to handle each client’s need with the sensitivity and attention required to help you reach your documentation goals.

Not sure where to start? Give us a call, and we’ll help you sort your thoughts. Paperwork can be stressful, but if you know what you need, we’ll help you get on the right path. Whether you need our service or not, we are happy to chat!

 

 

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Birth certificate authentication

Birth Certificate Authentication and Legalization

If you need to use a birth certificate for yourself or a family member internationally, you may have been asked to Apostille the document. However, it is important to note that document Apostilles are not possible in Canada. This is because Canada has not signed the Hague Convention which would allow us to be able to perform Apostilles. Instead, you must complete 2 separate steps: birth certificate authentication and birth certificate legalization. This process will count as the same as Apostille and/or attestation. What exactly do these steps entail? Simply read on to find out!

Birth Certificate Authentication

Step 1. Obtain the long form Canadian birth certificate

When a child is born in a Canadian hospital, typically the hospital assists the new parent(s) with registering the birth with the Office of the Registrar. Once this is complete, you are able to request a birth certificate from your province. Most provinces have an online application that enables you to order the birth certificate online. There are many third party websites that facilitate these transactions such as www.canadianbirthcertificate.com.

In some scenarios, such as in the case of at-home deliveries, the birth of a child may not have been registered right away. If this is the case and your child is more than 1 year old, a Delayed Statement of Live Birth form must be filled out and submitted to the Registrar. Until this is complete, you will not be able to request a birth certificate.

There are two forms of birth certification – the long form and the short form. The short form contains information about the individual named on the certificate. In addition to this, the long form contains the names of the parents and birth location. While the short form certificate may be usable in many scenarios, ensure that you have the long form for legalization purposes.

Step 2. Prepare all documents and application

Depending on the purpose of your use or need, you may require documents in addition to the birth certificate to be collected and legalized. Find out from the embassy if additional documents are required and prepare them at this time as well. Document authentication and legalization can be a long and tedious process. You don’t want to have to repeat the steps for each document type.  If you are receiving the help of a legalization professional, they will be able to guide you in acquiring and preparing all the necessary documents.

Step 3. Submit to Global Affairs Canada for birth certificate authentication

Document attestation, or authentication and legalization, is a two-step process. The first of these is authentication, which happens when you submit your document(s) to Global Affairs Canada (GAC) for revision. GAC will review your document to ensure that the stamps and signatures on it are valid and authentic. They will place a large red stamp on the document indicating the end of authentication. Typically, the process of authentication can take between 15 to 20 days and has a processing fee associated with it. Any errors or omissions in the application can cause further delays and result in additional charges.

Birth Certificate Legalization

Step 1. Submit to the correct embassy in Ottawa for legalization

Once your document has been authenticated, it must be submitted to the embassy of the country where you will use the certificate. Typically, all foreign embassies and consulates are located in Ottawa, Canada. In this step, the embassy will review the GAC stamp to ensure that it is true and valid. They must also review the document to ensure that it meets the standards of their country. They will place a stamp or  attach a certificate to indicate the completion of the legalization step.

How Can We Help?

Regardless of what you call the process, attestation of your documents can be a daunting and exhausting task. That’s why the experts at Legalization Service Centre are readily available to answer any questions you have. We have a strong network from years of experience at GAC that makes it possible for us to complete your authentication process within 24 hours as opposed to the 15 to 20 days typical wait period. Moreover, our experience and expertise can save you time and money by avoiding common errors, omissions or pitfalls in the process. Our service and experience have earned us an A+ status with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and a 5 star rating on Google. Call us today to have your documents handled from start to finish, efficiently and without breaking a sweat!

 

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Marriage Certificate Attestation for International Use

While most people don’t give much thought to it, your marriage certificate is an important legal document that may become necessary for a variety of different reasons, both locally and internationally. If you need to use yours internationally, then the document must undergo the processes of authentication and legalization. Below are a few things to keep in mind when prepping for marriage certificate attestation.

Know where to obtain your original marriage certificate

In Canada, marriage licenses and certificates are granted and maintained at the provincial level. If you married in Quebec, you can’t request them from Ontario. Most people don’t have a problem with this because they tend to marry in their resident province. Problems arise when you have a destination wedding or relocate from the province you married in. Many of the provinces and territories have online forms for requesting the certificate. However, some may require mailed-in forms or in-person requests. If online applications aren’t available, make sure you block out more time to the process.

Gather all the necessary documents for marriage certificate attestation

The first step in marriage certificate attestation? Reflect on why you need your marriage certificate for international use and find out from the embassy of that country if you need any other supporting documents. For example, if you need the document for immigration benefits for a foreign spouse. They may need copies of your ID or financial statements. You usually need to authenticate and legalize these, too.

It’s a good practice to create a dossier with all of these necessary documents so that you can complete the process of legalization in a timely and organized manner. If you are working with an expert, they can help you source and prepare what you need.

Make sure you have the long form certificate!

Marriage certificates can come in short and long form. The short form contains the names of the couple and the place of marriage. The long form contains this, along with additional details about the couple, their parents, as well as the place of marriage. Most applications and offices require you to use the long form while the short form may be sufficient for many purposes. However, to be on the safe side, it is good practice to use the long form whenever you can.

Marriage Certificate Authentication

In Canada, document attestation or legalization is a two-part process. Documents must first undergo authentication by Global Affairs Canada (GAC) located in Ottawa. GAC is a government body responsible for reviewing and authenticating all legal documents in Canada. Typically this process takes about 15 to 20 days to complete from the time that the documents are submitted to GAC and there is an application fee. If there are errors or omissions in the application, authentication may take longer and there may be additional fees associated with the review. GAC will place a red stamp on the document to signal the end of the authentication step.

Marriage Certificate Legalization

Following authentication, your document must be submitted to the embassy of the country where you intend to use it. Once at the embassy, the document will undergo the legalization portion of the process. The embassy will review the document to ensure that the GAC stamp is valid and also that it meets the standards of their country. Once they are satisfied, the embassy too will place a stamp or attach a certificate to indicate that your document has been legalized. This completes the necessary steps for document authentication/legalization, making your document admissible for use in your country of interest!

Consider a professional to handle your document preparation

While document authentication and legalization are not difficult processes per say, it can be tedious work. Having a professional service such as Legalization Service Centre can make the process easier. For instance, a professional can facilitate in the collection of your legal documents as well as prepare the application package for GAC. Moreover, professionals have the network within GAC that can significantly reduce wait time. For instance, Legalization Service Centre can have your documents authenticated at GAC within one business day, compared to the 15 to 20 days it can typically take! Also, errors can be costly, both in terms of time and money. Since legalization professionals do this work all the time, they can help to avoid common errors or omissions.

Regardless of what you need your marriage certificate for, legalization of the document is a necessary step in order to be able to use it internationally. Document preparation and paperwork is never fun, but hopefully in following these tips, the process can be made less burdensome. If you still have any questions, give the professionals at Legalization Service Centre a shout. They are happy to help with all of your document legalization needs!

 

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Document Authentication and Legalization for Egypt

Egypt is an ancient country with a lot of history. Monuments that date hundreds and thousands of years grace this land. Pyramids make it home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World. But Egypt is more than just a land of history and tourism. The recent thrive in its economy has led to much interest by many. Foreign investors, businesses and professionals participate, in one form or another, in the market. Many Canadians work or live in Egypt to invest in businesses there, conduct trade, or work as teachers. But before you conduct business, you’ll likely need to go through document authentication and legalization for Egypt.

What Kinds of Documents Do You Need?

Common documents of transaction and verification include Powers of Attorneys, Corporate Powers of Attorneys, Commercial invoices, Certificates of Origin, Certificate of Pharmaceutical Products, and degree certificates/licenses. The document(s) will need to undergo an apostille or authentication to verify its validity. Canada does not provide document apostilles, however! Document authentication and legalization are the equivalents.

What Do You Need: Document Authentication and Legalization for Egypt

Global Affairs Canada (GAC) will authenticate your Canadian documents. This process involves GAC reviewing the signatures and stamps on the document to ensure that they are valid. GAC will place a large red stamp on your document(s) to signify authentication. Following this, the Egyptian embassy in Ottawa will complete the final step of legalization.

In Canada, document legalization involves submitting documents to the appropriate embassy, which in this case would be The Consulate General of Egypt in Montreal. Here, your documents will undergo review of the authenticity of the GAC stamp. The embassy will also ensure that the document(s) meet the requirements of the host country. Once satisfied,  they will place a stamp or a certificate indicating that the document has been legalized.

How Can We Help? 

Document authentication and legalization are standard processes which, if you are familiar with, are not difficult to conduct. However, without proper expertise, the process of completion can be extremely time consuming and expensive. For example, each time your document needs to be resubmitted due to errors, you must pay an additional fee for the administration. Typically, a document stays at GAC for authentication for up to 22 days. Therefore, going through a professional authentication and legalization service provider such as Legalization Service Centre can save you time, money, and the headache of document preparation. Your documents will be prepared by professional staff in every step of the process. All you have to do is provide us with the information and list of documents that we request from you.

Our Credentials 

Over many years, professionals at Legalization Service Centre have garnered an A+ reputation at the BBB and a 5 star rating on Google through client reviews. Document preparation, authentication, and legalization is our expertise and we take great pride in relieving our clients of their document processing needs. Moreover, nationalism is at the core of our work which means that we value the work that you put into building strong ties internationally, such as with countries like Egypt. For this reason, let us help you make the burden of paperwork easier while you focus on your business.

 

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