As the increasing convergence of economies among different countries and regions, more and more countries ask for apostille to increase their credibility of transnational documents. Apostille, with the full name of “Hague Convention of Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents” (Hague Apostille Convention), refers to the Certificate issued by the government departments (High Court or Ministry of Foreign Affairs) to certify the original certificate issuer (the notary office or the notary public). The apostille/certificate does not certify the authenticity of a document content, but it will confirm the authenticity of the signature, seal or stamp on a public document is genuine. Apostille is valid among the member countries and generally accepted by the international society.
Conpak is founded in Hong Kong and familiar with the apostille system and process. We are specialised of notaries and extension business. With our professional services, investors can complete the document certificate with the lowest cost and take the market advantages.
Documents for Apostille
Registration Certificate, Status of Legal Person, Agreement/Contract, Letter of Authorisation, Statement, Certificates, Letter of Appointment, Trademark Certificate, Certificate of Assets, Credit Certificate, Directors/Shareholders Information, Memorandum & Articles of Association, Meeting Minutes, Document of Changing Company Name, Invoice, Certificate of Origin, Custom Declaration, Certificate of Product, Description of Product, etc.
Green card, Passport, Transcripts, Academic Certificate, Job Qualification Certificate, Employment Record, Authorisation Letter, Statement, Invitation Letter, Property Ownership Certificate, Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Divorce Certificate, Certificate of Absence of Marriage Record, Written Judgment, Criminal record, Medical Certificate, Certificate of Adoption/Foster Care, Relative Relations, Death Certificate, Will, etc.
Documents from the third-party organisation
Government Website Promotion Materials, Police Station Letters, Customs Report, Government Reports, etc.
Information Needed for Apostille
- Information of the Applicants (including the use of application, the place where will be used, etc.)
- ID card and passport of applicant
- Documents for apostille
- Applicant submits apostille documents
- Legalisation documents
- The apostille is placed by the competent authority on the public document itself or on an ‘allonge’. (Apostille Certificate)
Period of Time Needed
7 working days
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