Apostille Member Countries
The Hague Convention Abolishing the requirement of legalization and apostille for Foreign Public Documents, the Apostille Convention is a global bargain drafted by the Hague Conference on Private International Law. It indicates the modalities through which an archive issued in one of the signatory nations can be ensured for lawful purposes in the various signatory states. Such an affirmation is called an apostille. It is a worldwide accreditation equivalent to an authentication in household law, and typically supplements a neighborhood authorization of the record.
The accompanying nations are all individuals from the Hague meeting and have gone into drive Convention 12 of 5 October 1961, Abolishing the requirement of legalization and apostille for Foreign Public Documents. These nations will in this way acknowledge the Apostille Certificate set up of any further legitimization handle.
The accompanying countries are the HCCH Members:
The Countries which are not listed in HCCH Members list often still require further legalization or attestation via their embassy.
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