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Legalization of Documents at Foreign Embassies/Consulates in the USA

Nov 26 2015

Canada Legalization Services has long-standing working relations with foreign embassies in the USA In general, the documents need to be already authenticated by the U.S. Department of State (we also provide this service as well - please visit this link) which means that all of the requirements for previous stages should have been met by now. Nonetheless, we encourage you to review all the previous steps (translation, notarization, certification and authentication by the state, etc.).

Canada Legalization Services and our sister company in the USA callled "WDC Apostille & Legalization Services" has strategic presence in both Ottawa and Washington, DC where most of the foreign Embassies and Consulates are located. We also have agents in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, New York City and other North American cities. In essence, we cover the whole of North America in terms of offering exemplary document authentication/apostille and legalization services.

To our customers' benefit, we managed to develop good communication and effective working relationships with many foreign Embassies/Consulates. Our solid understanding of the Hague Apostille Convention framework and its linkage to other countries' legal systems helps us submit client documents in full compliance with all of the official requirements and receive them back on time without delays.

For us to be able to legalize the documents to your full satisfaction, we need to ensure that documents being submitted will not be rejected for any reason. Thus, we strongly advise you to contact us in advance prior sending us any documents so that we can go over the checklist several times.

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Thus, Canada Legalization Services offers not only this foreign Embassy/Consulate legalization service but also previous services as well that lead to this final stage of document acceptance by another country (that is not party to The Hague Apostille Convention.

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