Top 5 Questions About Authentication In Canada
If you have been asked to validate your Canadian document for official purposes in a foreign country you want to get it right the first time. Time is of the essence for most of our clients, the sooner it’s done, the sooner you can move on with the important matter related to why you have […]
No, we can either authenticate the original document, if it has an official signature recognized by Global Affairs Canada or a notarized copy made by a Canadian Notary. The authentication process requires the document to be physically present because it is reliant on the official signature on the document and not the content of the […]
Do I need to have a Canadian Notary notarize my document before it can be authenticated at Global Affairs Canada?
In some cases, you may want to make a notarized copy of your original Canadian document in order to keep your original document in pristine shape for use in the future. For those clients that must have their Canadian documents notarized, it is because their document does not have an official signature on it that […]
The simple answer is, Yes, it does matter. Global Affairs Canada will only authenticate a foreign language document if a notarized translation in English or French has been prepared by a certified Canadian translator. This problem comes up often for our clients which is why we help with translation services. If this is you simply […]
No, all documents are authenticated by the Global Affairs Canada Authentication Services Section located in Ottawa which is near our ALSC National Office. Our ALSC Service Centers in Victoria, Vancouver, Surrey, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Toronto, Mississauga, North York, Montreal, and Halifax are to assure our clients’ regional ease of access to authentication services across […]