Last update: 10/14/2016

Hague Apostille

Apostilla de la Haya 

​​​The apostille, issued by a country that is a signatory to the Hague Treaty Convention 12 of 5.10.1965, which abolishes the requirement for the legalisation of foreign public documents, on a public document, certifies the authenticity of the signature thereof, thereby enabling that document to have full legal effect in another country that is also a signatory to that Convention.

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