Philippines Embassy in Canada
Document apostille, attestation, authentication
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Philippines Embassy Legalization In Canada
Document Authentication Canada provides consulting and support services for document legalization for use in Philippines. The official process of document attestation for Philippines is called document authentication in Canada. It is required to make the documents properly prepared for the Philippines embassy document legalization. The process of document authentication is known as document apostille in the countries that are part of the Hague Apostille Convention.
Philippines embassy regulations and document legalization requirements
Cash; Bank Draft; Certified Cheque; Money Order
Embassy of the Philippines
1 business day(s)
An individual who executes a legal document (such as a special power of attorney, waiver of rights, etc.) which is to be used in the Philippines must personally appear before a consular officer to acknowledge and sign the document.
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Get your documents legalized with Document Authentication Canada
Document Authentication Canada is an all-in-one solution for document authentication and legalization needs in Ottawa, Canada. Let our experts help you with the following services tailored to your specific needs:
- Assessment of the requirements for document authentication and legalization.
- Verification of documents for compliance with all the regulations.
- Document support and accompanying services (notary, translations, etc).
- Document forwarding and personal delivery.
Make sure you are aware of the documents that can’t be authenticated and how working with us speeds up the process & mitigates processing failures. See our complete document authentication and legalization service packages for further details and pricing.
Philippines Document Attestation In Canada
We assist with a range of activities pertaining to document authentication and legalization at the embassy of the Philippines. This process is also known as document apostille or document attestation. Our services include document notarization, obtaining certified true copies and getting supporting documents or certified translations.
Document authentication (a.k.a apostille or attestation) is performed by Global Affairs Canada to certify the validity of the signature, the authority of the signature and identify the stamp or seal on the document. It is required for further document legalization at the embassy of the Philippines.
To have an apostilled or authenticated document officially recognized in the Philippines, you need to go through the process of document legalization which involves submitting documents at the embassy of the Philippines or the Philippines consulate. Leverage our expertise and experience to have it done in an accurate and timely manner.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is document authentication in Canada performed?
Document authentication is the process of attesting your documents for the validity of the signature, the authority of the signature and identify the stamp or seal on the document. Document Authentication is performed by Global Affairs Canada prior to document legalization at the embassy of the Philippines.
What countries do you provide assistance for document legalization?
We work with all embassies that are present in Ottawa, Canada. Let us know about your case and we will get back to you with the information on the requirements pertaining to your specific country.
What are the general authentication requirements?
- Global Affairs Canada authenticates only Canadian signatures and bears no responsibility for the contents of the authenticated documents.
- Copies of the original documents must be certified true copies, that are signed and sealed by a Canadian notary.
- Documents issued in a foreign language must be translated by a certified Canadian translator into English or French and notarized by a Canadian notary before they can be processed.
How does your authentication and legalization procedure work?
- We receive a request for a quote from you.
- We conduct an assessment of the requirements for your specific case during which we may contact you to receive more information about your documents.
- We send you a quote listing the terms and service details.
- Upon receipt of the payment from you we:– verify your documents comply with all the regulations.– may provide support services such as notary, certified translation, etc.
- Next, we personally deliver your documents to the Global Affairs Canada for authentication.
- Finally, we forward the authenticated documents back to you per the specified mail service or have them further processed at the embassy or consulate depending on your requirements.
How much do your services cost?
Here at DAC, our document authentication and legalization services start at C$90 per document. Bulk order discounts and faster processing prices are also available.
However, all our listed prices are to be used for reference purposes only. To receive a fully accurate quote specific to your individual case, get in touch on 1-855-700-5840 or use our web form.
How DAC speeds up the process & mitigates processing failures?
- Obtain a certified translation of your documents.
- Have your documents notarized.
- Have your documents package fully compliant with the requirements of Global Affairs Canada and your embassy for proper document legalization.
If any of the documents do not meet the proper form, miss supporting documents, or otherwise fail to meet the requirements, your documents may be declined authentication and/or legalization. In this case, the processing time will take longer subject to you having to resupply the documents in full compliance.
Document Authentication Canada thoroughly checks the requirements for each specific case to make sure you don’t pay double. We also deliver your documents to both Global Affairs Canada and your Embassy in Ottawa in person which greatly speeds up the process. See our service packages for further details.
What documents cannot be authenticated?
- Unknown seals or signatures which cannot be verified.
- Religious documents (for example baptismal certificates, religious marriage certificates, or documents issued by a religious institution).
- Documents that are glued, laminated, or covered with any substance that would make it difficult to place a stamp on the document.
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