Apostille is a type of attestation issued by the Ministry of External Affairs Government of India valid to all Hague convention countries.
Apostille looks like a square Sticker pasted backside over the certificates, containing details of the certificate and applicant name with serial number and government official seals which proves the legality of the certificate in the Hague Convention members countries.
accordingly, Apostille Process requires checking the authenticity of the Certificates.
If a document is apostilled, it does not require to be attested.
This is a special PC-created stamp having a one-of-a-kind distinguishing proof number, through which any part nation of The Hague show can check its credibility on the web. Under ordinary conditions, when the report is apostilled, it doesn't require to be authenticated further from the concerned government office.
In the event that a record is apostilled, it doesn't require to be confirmed.
Procedure for Apostille
Step 1: Authentication of documents
All original documents/certificates requiring MEA to issue Apostille should be 1st attested by the elected authorities of the State/Union Territory from wherever the document is issued. Indian Apostille will only be issued by MEA once the respective relevant state authority has authenticated a selected document.
Step 2: Attestation/Legalization of documents
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) attests /legalizes the documents solely when these are genuine with the signature and seal/stamp of the selected authorities of the State Government/Union Territory/Chambers of Commerce from wherever the documents are issued. The MEA legalizes the certificate/documents on the premise of the signature of the selected authorities; thence it doesn't take responsibility for the contents of the documents.
For Educational Documents
HRD/Authentication/Home Department + Apostille by MEA
For Personal Documents
GAD/Home Department/SDM/Norka + Apostille by MEA
For Commercial Documents
Respective Chamber of Commerce + Apostille by MEA
Collection & Delivery process:
1) You or your authorized representative can personally deliver the certificates to our office.
2) You may also courier your documents to our office.
Mode of Payment:
You may wish to take any of the following routes for making the payment of required fees and service charges:
1) Send Cheque/Demand Drafts
2) Deposit cash in our bank account and mail the deposit receipt 3) Transfer the amount online through Net Banking
4) Debit/Credit card Accepted
5) Digital Wallet Payment Accepted
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