Attestation & Legalization
Document attestation or legalization is undertaken to prove the genuineness of a document – for the purpose of attaining a work permit in your target country and more. Depending on the document and the country, the procedures can differ.
In general, attestation requires a lot of time, effort and knowledge. There are several procedures to follow, a myriad of formalities to complete and a number of departments to go through before obtaining the final attested copy. Not to mention the transport to and from the attesting authority.
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Legalization of documents, also known as attestation is the process of getting the documents certified from the relevant authorities of your home country in order to prove their authenticity in the foreign nation.
Many foreign countries only accept legalized documents. Hence, before you are planning to make a move to another country, it is essential that you get those vital documents legalized from your home country.
Most applicants think that we will complete the procedure of legalization on our own. However, document legalization is not an easy task. It is a highly complicated process that requires an applicant to pass through various stages where different government agencies and ministries are involved.
In order to make things simple and convenient for you, BVS Global provides professional help in document legalization. Hiring us to assist you with your document attestation means you can sit back, relax and focus on important work or spend some valuable time with your family before you immigrate overseas.
At BVS Global, we are an experienced team of professionals who know the legalization process in and out. Hence, you don’t have to keep running around here and there to know how to go about it. We guide you at each and every step of the legalization process
BVS Global can assist you with the legalization of several documents including but not limited to the following:
- Citizenship certificate
- Academic certificates
- Birth and Death certificate
- Passport photocopies
- Power of attorney
- Business incorporation certificate
- Police certificates
Power of Attorney (if required)
Original certificates may not be required for some countries.