What is an Apostille?
An apostille is an official certificate issued to a document that legalizes it for recognition by countries that have signed the Hague Convention. The Convention aims to streamline and simplify the legalization of documents among the 112 signatory countries, allowing the recognition of Brazilian documents abroad and foreign documents in Brazil. The certification is a large seal applied to the back of the document.
When is it done?
When requested by the applicant.
Where is it valid?
In the 112 signatory countries of the Hague Convention. Brazil has been a member since August 14, 2016.
What does Traduzca do?
We forward the original document and the translation to a Notary Public’s Office, which will issue the apostille.
Traduzca also offers standard translations and versions, sworn translations, simultaneous and consecutive interpreting, NAATI translations, revisions, subtitling of films and videos, consularization and bilingual assistance. Traduzca is at your disposal, committed to providing the requested services quickly and efficiently.