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Is there a Global Affairs Canada Authentication Services Section office in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Montreal, Halifax?

Global Affairs Canada Authentication Services office Vancouver, Victoria, Surrey, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Toronto, North York, Mississauga, Montreal, Halifax- Why Only Ottawa?

This is a question that we hear almost daily from our clients, and with more people requiring authentication and legalization services it has added some confusion on how to get started. To help clarify […]

By |August 23rd, 2017|Authentication and Legalization Process|Comments Off on Is there a Global Affairs Canada Authentication Services Section office in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Montreal, Halifax?

What is Authentication of Documents?

 

Authentication of documents is not something you hear about until you need it. You are probably familiar with the more common form of the word authentication: authentic. If something is authentic that means it is real. Therefore, authentication is the process of determining if something is authentic, whether it be jewelry, antiques, hockey cards, or […]

By |April 10th, 2017|Authentication and Legalization Process|Comments Off on What is Authentication of Documents?

Apostille Canada Hague Convention – What You Need To Know

Apostille Canada what is it or how do I get one? Are probably the two most common questions that we have gotten over the past 25 years of providing our specialized international document services. After being told to get an Apostille Certification for a Canadian document clients are surprised to find out they can’t get one […]

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Global Affairs Canada Document Authentication or Apostille – What is the difference?

Apostille certificates are only issued in countries that have signed the Hague Apostille agreement, which Canada has not. To find out what countries that have signed the Apostille agreement to find out more click here. If using your Canadian document in one of these countries you will be asked to get an Apostille for it. Having […]

By |December 15th, 2015|Authentication and Legalization Process|Comments Off on Global Affairs Canada Document Authentication or Apostille – What is the difference?