Apostille — is a special stamp affixed to official documents of countries that are parties to the Convention on the Abolition of Legalization of Foreign Official Documents (Hague Convention). It certifies the authenticity of the person’s signature under the document and the authenticity of the imprint of the seal or stamp used to seal the relevant document.
Subject to apostillation only through a notarized copy (photocopy-excerpt)
- passport documents: a passport of a citizen of Ukraine, both a sample of 1994 and an ID card form, as well as a foreign passport;
- military ID;
- employment history;
- pension certificate;
- driving license;
- vehicle registration certificate (technical passport);
- official documents issued by the authorities of the former Union republics in the USSR
Documents confirming education may be required by foreign embassies or foreign organizations for the recognition of qualifications and other institutions, including:
- certificate of study and academic rights;
- certificate of license and accreditation of a higher education institution;
- certificate about the evaluation system in Ukraine, etc.
An integral requirement for affixing an apostille on documents of legal entities is the presentation of an official letter drawn up on company letterhead and certified by a signature and an official seal.
By ordering the «apostille» service from us, you will receive the help of qualified professionals, and you can be sure that the translation of documents will be performed by a certified translator and certified by a notary.
Our team ensures that when you contact us for an apostille service, you can be sure that the documents undergoing the apostille procedure will be processed according to all current state standards.
Therefore, the possibility of non-compliance of the documents with the established samples is excluded, and therefore, your plans will be implemented without unpleasant surprises.
The following documents are not subject to apostillation
- trade union card;
- a document on state and religious affiliation;
- permission to carry weapons;
- normative legal acts and extracts from them;
- clarifications and legal conclusions regarding their application;
- documents containing signs of correspondence;
- documents issued by foreign diplomatic institutions of Ukraine;
- administrative documents directly related to commercial or customs operations.