Notarising documents for Vietnam For many of our clients looking to expand their operations into Asia, Vietnam has become an attractive option when compared to some of its neighbours in South East Asia. With the comparatively low cost of doing business, the improving security and political security, we’ve noticed an increasing number of notary requests […]
In this folder, you will find a collection of articles, information and other content regarding notary public services for Vietnam. Searching through these articles could also help answer any questions that you may have about our notary public services in general.
As a leading provider of notary public services in Sydney, we assist many clients across New South Wales and Australia with certifying, witnessing, attesting, and notarising important legal documents. Generally, documents that are signed in Australia or created/issued in Australia must be notarised before they can be used in another country, and this applies to documents going to Vietnam as well. We also assist intentional clients and their lawyers based overseas with certifying and attesting their Australian-issued documents.
We can also assist with authenticating your notarised document with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in preparation for legalisation by the Consulate or Embassy if required by your lawyer or your representative in Vietnam. Legalisation is often necessary to ensure that your document is legally valid and will be accepted in Vietnam.
Our low cost fixed fee notary public services do away with the hassle and the guesswork of dealing with matters and processes that you may not be familiar with or are just too busy to handle yourself.
For more information regarding our notary public services, especially for documents going to Vietnam, please visit our website, email us or just call us. Our friendly and helpful team are waiting to help you with your enquiry and your documents.
We look forward to assisting you with your notary requirements.
What is ‘legalisation’? Depending on the intended destination country, some documents must be legalised by the foreign office of the intended destination country before those documents will be accepted in that country. Generally, there are 3 steps to the legalisation process in Australia (and in other countries too). Notarisation. Your documents are notarised by a […]