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Finally, the decades of legalising documents through the Chinese Consulate, and more recently the China Visa Application Service Centre, are now over. Since 7 November 2023, China officially recognises the apostille. 最终，通过中国领事馆和最近的中国签证申请服务中心认证文件的几十年历史结束了。自2023年11月7日起，中国正式承认《海牙法院公证书》。 What’s an apostille? An apostille is an internationally recognised stamp issued by countries that are members of the Convention of 5 October 1961 […]
In response to the growing number of requests for notary public services for Israel (which may in part be due to the current tensions in the region), we’ve written this article to discuss the power of attorney (ייפוי כח) for Israel as well as the notarisation and apostille process when the power of attorney is […]
Have you lived or worked in Singapore? If so, it’s possible that if you’re undergoing some sort of security check (ie, if you’re applying for a visa to another country) you might have to obtain a criminal history check from Singapore. This is the Certificate of Clearance issued by the Singapore Police Force. Alternatives to […]
If you’re a Finnish citizen and your child was born in Australia, you can register your child’s birth in Finland. This may entitle them to Finnish citizenship (or dual citizenship in Australia and Finland). The registration process requires proof of birth usually in the form of your child’s Australian birth certificate. Both Australia and Finland […]
Authorising someone in Colombia to act on your behalf usually requires a power of attorney signed in front of a notary public (poder notarial) and an apostille (apostilla). Autorizar a alguien en Colombia para que actúe en su nombre suele requerir un poder notarial firmado ante un notario público y una apostilla. ¿Qué es apostilla? […]