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Did you know that Luxembourg has a passion for cycling?

A place where mountain biking is famous is really rare, yet it is a well-known trend.

Mostly because of its beauty in the locations for cycling. 

It brings a life no other places in the World can.

First, you need to issue your needed documents.

To make it usable in a recipient country, translation to the language that 

the documents are going to be used is required.

To successfully notarized, the document should be translated by a professional translator.

Then notarize the translation to confirm whether the translation matches with the original 

and is done appropriately. Through this step, you can secure the reliability of the 

translation. Also, this process should be left with a professional notary lawyer.

The last step is the certification which is also known as legalization and authentication. 

In this step, you obtain certification on the document to confirm 

the document is legal and genuine. 

The ways to achieve this are apostille and embassy attestation.

Apostille indicates certification from the authority with the eligibility of an issuing country, 

Luxembourg. This is only available between countries that both agree to 

the Hague Convention. Thankfully, Luxembourg is a member of the convention 

so if the recipient country does join then you do apostille to legalize.

On the other hand, embassy attestation is getting a reconfirmation on the certification above from a receiving country. Thus embassy attestation is a bit more complicated than 

apostille. You get embassy attestation when either one party doesn't agree to 

Hague Convention. Thus when a receiving country doesn't join, 

you have no choice but to get embassy attestation.

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