Canada’s Experts in Authenticating and Legalizing Pharmaceutical and Regulatory Affairs Documents
The pharmaceutical industry is constantly growing and evolving to improve the quality of life for people around the world. With advancements in medicine, it is common for pharmaceutical products to be sourced from multiple countries and distributed globally. In order for these products to be accepted in foreign countries, the necessary documents need to be processed for international use. This is where authentication and legalization come into play.
Authentication and legalization are the equivalent processes of attestation and apostille in other countries. However, Canadian documents must go through the authentication and legalization process instead. It is important to note that not all Canadian pharmaceutical and regulatory affairs documents require authentication and legalization. The most common types of documents that require this process include the Certificate of Pharmaceutical Product (CPP Certificate), Health Canada Medical Device Licence, Health Canada Medical Device Certificate, Good Manufacturing Practices Certificate of Compliance (GMP Certificate), International Trade Certificate (ITC), and Certificate of Free Sale (CFS).
The Authentication and Legalization Process
To authenticate Canadian pharmaceutical documents, they must contain a signature that is on file with Global Affairs Canada. Some documents may require notarization by a Canadian lawyer or notary public to be valid for authentication. Once the document is authenticated, it must be legalized by the embassy of the foreign country in which it will be used. The embassy may have its own set of requirements that must be met for legalization to occur. This process can be time-consuming and mistakes can easily occur, which is why it is important to work with a trusted and experienced authentication and legalization service provider.
Why Choose Our Services?
Our team of experts has extensive experience in authenticating and legalizing Canadian pharmaceutical and regulatory affairs documents. We understand the changing requirements and fees of Global Affairs Canada and foreign embassies, and we have built strong relationships with staff at these institutions. This allows us to keep track of the process, resolve any issues that may arise, and ensure proper authentication and legalization in a timely manner.
We offer in-house notary services to make notarized copies of your Canadian pharmaceutical documents for international use. This is especially recommended if the documents are difficult to have reissued or too valuable to risk being damaged or lost. We also offer a service guarantee, which means that we guarantee your pharmaceutical documents will be valid for use in the foreign country of your choosing.
Our service centers are conveniently located in Vancouver, Victoria, Surrey, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Toronto, North York, Mississauga, Montreal and Halifax. Once you have confirmed the use of our services, you can drop off your documents at any one of our service centers and receive free shipping via FedEx to our head office in Ottawa for processing. You will receive detailed updates throughout the process and our agents will be available at all times during our office hours to answer your questions and address your concerns.
Conclusion Trust The Expert’s @ ALSC
The authentication and legalization process can be confusing and time-consuming, but it is essential for Canadian pharmaceutical and regulatory affairs documents to be accepted in foreign countries. Working with a trusted and experienced authentication and legalization service provider like us can save you time and money while ensuring that your documents are processed correctly and efficiently.