Attestation, Apostille, Authentication and Legalisation of Documents for Overseas Work opportunities Revised November 24, 2015 14:02
Should the country not be part of the Hague convention then the document will also need to be legalized by that Country’s (UAE etc) embassy.The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar are examples of countries that do not form part of the Hague Convention. An Apostille document (Mainly EU and US) is a shorter process and does not require further legalization at a country’s embassy.
Typical Document route for:
Official document route ( 5steps in Process)
1. Notary attorney
2. High court
3. Department of foreign affairs/ DIRCO
5. Returned to Person via DHL/ Postnet.
Degree route (4 steps in Process)
1. Department of Higher Education
2. Department of foreign affairs/ DIRCO
4. Returned to Person via DHL/ Postnet.
Please see some of the websites and pages regarding Apostille, Legalisation, Notarization and Authentication of Documents. Anderson Consulting is situated in Pretoria and are able to assist South Africans in getting their documents Authenticated for employment purposes.
Department of Higher Education and Training (Pretoria)
Department of International Relations and Co- operation (Pretoria)
Police Clearance Certificates
Anderson Document Attestation is based in Pretoria with easy access to the High Court, National Government Departments and most embassies and consulates. We ensure that documents are completed on time ensuring a top quality service.
Please check our website link below for pricing: