Certificate attestation for Canada
Canada is a member of the Hague Convention . The Apostille is a special kind of letter and stamp and it is the shortest process of Document Legalization Service Canada . It is not the same as a raised seal, these are two separate things. An Apostille can be used if both countries (the country giving the document and the country in which the document will be used) are part of the The Hague Convention. An Apostille can be used whenever it is required for migration purpose. For example for international marriages, adoptions, inheritance, but also for plain contracts. The Apostille is an official certification that the document is a true copy of the original .So it is necessary to follow the certificate attestation procedure. This heading covers the types of requests for documents and services for which you will have to turn to a Consular Officer.
Almost every kind of document including: Birth Certificate, Adoption Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Divorce Decree, Death Certificate, Power of Attorney, School Diploma and/or Transcripts, Corporate Documents, Affidavits, Identity documents and/or Passports, Deeds and Wills, Agreements, Bills of Sale, Proof of Ownership, Private Documents, Experience certificates etc. should do legalization of documents in Canada for migration purpose.
The rule of certificate attestation in Canada may change. For more details you need to check with the embassy or a leading certificate attestation agent . We are doing best service in Authentication of documents Canada . You can reach us your all types of certificate attestation requirements with helpline group.