The Apostille is a kind of attestation in which certificates are legalized in an appropriate form that is admissible in all countries that relate to the Hague Convention. Basically, Apostille is a global attestation that is admissible in 104 countries, and most of the western world acknowledges Apostille. Apostille stamp is a computer generated sticker stamp in a square shaped, fixed on the opposite of the certificate. It has a different ID number, by which any associate nation of The Hague convention can verify its legitimacy online.
Which documents need Apostille?
An Apostille is required for educational certificates such as degree certificate, diploma certificate, school certificate (high school certificate, higher secondary certificate, transfer certificate (TC) and also for personal documents like birth certificate, marriage certificate, divorce certificate, death certificate, power of attorney, affidavits and many more.
What is the advantage of Apostille?
The document which is apostilled in one member country is acceptable in all the other member countries which are 104 countries as of the year 2018. The signatory to the referred Hague convention of October 5, 1961, has significantly simplified the apostille/attestation procedure by making it such needless to get the documents arrested in each or for each of the countries separately.
How can Prompt attestation services help to Apostille your document?
The Prompt attestation is serving its clients from more than a decade, with the vast experience we have earned all these years in attestation/apostille service industry made us simplify the process of any document apostille with ease. The reason behind this is we have our counterparts in all the 104 countries of Hague convention. So you can blindly trust us for our Apostille services.
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