Certificate Apostille from MEA
Apostille is Document/Certificate which verifies and confirms the seal and signature of person who authenticated the Certificates.
Some people call this ‘super or tripal legalization’. There are designated authorities in every country to issue apostille certificates or legalization. Apostilles are commonly issued for various documents related to adoption cases, for commercial documents, for official documents related to vital statistics, and for court records, land records, school documents and patent applications.
Certificate Attestation from Embassy
State Home Ministry, Notary, GAD, SDM, HRD, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Consulate and Embassy
We provide certificate/documents attestation services for Netherlands, Spain, France, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain,Saudi Arabia (KSA), Norway, Mexico and United Arab Emirates (UAE) from various departments like Notary, GAD, State Home Ministry, SDM, HRD ( Human Resource Development Department ) , Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Embassy and Consulate for all kind of certificate attestation requirements like business visit visa, employment visa or visit visa or family resident visa etc…….
Certificate Authentication from HRD/GAD
All documents should be first authenticated by the designated agencies/department in the State from where the document/certificate has been issued.
In case of personal certificate/documents, Home Department/GAD the designated authorities. In case of educational documents, State Governments have now opened Regional Authentication Centers (RAC) at various States from where the document should first be attested. Documents attested by these authorities then need to be presented to Ministry of External Affairs for attestation prior to Embassy Authentication.
Certificate Legalization from HRD/GAD
Certificate Legalization from Embassy / Consulate / Education Higher Department
This is a process in which various seals are placed on the certificate/document. Certificate issued in one country which need to be used in another country must be “legalized” before they can be recognized as valid in the foreign country.