If you need to use your official Canadian documents in another country, they need to be legalized. Our team can assist you with Document Legalization, Document Authentication, Document Notarization and, if needed, certified translation services.
We help get everything in order:
Follow these steps to get the documents legalized
1. Request a Quote
Call or email us. We’ll provide you with a price tailored to your needs.
2. Prepare and send us your documents
Follow our instructions and get your documents prepared for the legalization. Ship the originals to our office. Once we receive it, we will take care of the rest: we will bring them to a notary public, Global Affairs Canada, and the required Embassy or Consulate institution.
3. Receive your documents
Once the documents are ready, we’ll ship them to you via Canada Post mail or courier services.
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What is legalization?
The purpose of legalization is to verify the origin of a legal or public document in order to legally use it in a country other than the one that issued it. The process involves obtaining a series of authentications by individual officials of both the country where the document was issued, and the embassy or consulate of the country where the document will be used.