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The posting for today is about how to apostille documents in Brazil.
What is apostille by the way?
Apostille is the simplified certification of public documents (including notarized) to be used in Hague Convention countries, excluding the legalization of a Consulate or Embassy office.
(Note: The brazil consular legalization process is no longer needed but the notary offices of Brazil capital may require additional legalization by a Consulate of Embassy office.)
Since Brazil is the member of Hague Convention (widely known as Apostille Convention),
you need just a few steps to process with:
who needs to get documents apostilled in Brazil?
It is necessary for most students abroad to get their visa in Brazil.
The documents to typically get them apostilled are mostly in the following list:
A recent non-criminal record
A birth certificate
A graduate certificate
Vital records such as birth marriage or death certificates
In order to apostille documents above,
the first thing you have to do is request qualified translator to translate them
because it might be rejected when the translation is inaccurate.
Then, you need to visit any notary office of your country
in the jurisdiction the document has been executed.
However, if you already arrived in Brazil, it is a bit hard to reach your country again.
These happenings are commonly seen around us and
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Since we have qualified translators in the company, we can offer you our service without any delay.
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