Consular legalization and apostille
16 march 2017, 00:56
Apostille on documents and legalization of documents Business Liga
What is the apostille
Apostille is a special stamp affixed to official documents of public institutions and organizations of the participating countries of the Hague Convention the Hague Convention abolishing the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents of 5 October 1961
Apostille in the Republic of Moldova is an example of the apostille 2010
The list of countries included in the apostille can be seen here gtgtgt
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1. Apostille on documents and Legalization of documents for individuals. Consular legalization of Moldova. Consular legalization of documents. Apostille.
Today in Moldova Apostille is not a stamp in the truest sense of the word. Moldova, like a number of European countries, operates an Electronic apostille. That is, in the state system is registering the document and special code to him. Produces a printout of the security code and the name of the document. No wet seals don't need Anyone to validate the apostille verifies it in the official website of Moldova entering a secret code.
Documents received legalization in one state acquire the status of legally valid in another state for which or for whom it was produced.
A key international instrument under which the regulated legalisation is the Hague Convention of 1961 on the simplified legalization.
If legalization is exposed to a document circulating among the countries signatory to the Convention, the legalization of document occurs according to the simplified scheme, the competent authorities affix to it a stamp of international standard and that the legalization is completed. Such a stamp shall be deemed to have legal force in all countries signatory to the Hague Convention and is called an Apostille.
If the legalization of the document produced in the country has not signed the Hague Convention then the standard international procedure is called consular legalization.
In this case, produced several legal actions with the participation of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Moldova Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Moldova and the Consulate of the destination country.
And I decided legalization for the CIS countries. To date, international agreements allowed to read the documents in circulation in the territory of the CIS countries do not require any legalization. There are also several special types of documents legalization are not required either for legalization that require coordination with additional state agencies.
Legalization of documents for legal entities companies.In case of opening local firms firms affiliates.
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