The legalisation consists of the certification of the legal capacity of the functionary that set his/her signature on the document (i.e. acts, copies and extracts) and authenticity of the signature.
The aim is to guarantee the compliance of the translation, to check the certificate, to establish whether the document has been issued within the local laws and to verify the quality of the Functionary that set his/her signature. The destination country cannot verify the validity of the foreign document.
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WHAT KIND OF LEGALIZATION?
Our team will be pleased to support you with the following legalization types, based on your personal needs.
Legalization in Italy
The process is applicable to documents issued by Italian authorities that have to be valid abroad.
The process is applicable to documents issued by foreign authorities that have to be valid in Italy or abroad.
The Apostille is a special kind of legalisation applicable only to those Countries that have signed the Hague Convention.
Depending on specific International Legalisation Agreements, the legalisation omight not be required.
Our firm can also support in applying for
criminal records certificates
Our team of professionals will reply to your queries within 24 hours from the request. We grant the delivery of the service on the whole Italian territory.
We receive our client’s request and analyze the specific need in accordance to the applicable legilsation.
Our team defines the exact procedure to answer the client’s need in the most effective and efficient way.
PROCESSING OF THE REQUEST
We carry out the leglaization process at the relevant authorities through our professional network of local consultants.
We ensure the punctual delivery of the legalized document wherever the client requires, so that it is ready for use.
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