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How It Works

We make the attestation and apostille process simple and hassle-free for you. Our team of experts is here to guide you through every step of the way. Here's how it works:

Step By Step Process Of How We Process Your Documents

Our process is simple and hassle-free. Here's how it works:

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Step 1:
Contact Us 

Get in touch with us via phone, email, or by visiting our office.

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Step 2:
Share Your Requirements 

Let us know your specific requirements and provide us with the necessary documents.

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Step 3:
Verification and Attestation

Our team of experts will verify and attest your documents accurately and promptly.

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Step 4:
Documents Delivery

We will deliver the attested documents to your doorstep or via email, etc

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Why Choose Our Services?

Attestation and apostille services can be a complex and time-consuming process. However, with our services, you can enjoy a hassle-free experience with complete peace of mind. Here are some reasons why you should choose us:

Experienced Professionals

Our team comprises experienced professionals who have extensive knowledge and expertise in the field of attestation and apostille services.

3 Day Delivery Timeline

We provide fast and reliable services that cater to your specific needs and delivers documents to your home within 72 hours.

Cheapest Service Provider In India

Our services are competitively priced, ensuring that you receive value for money. Dont believe what you see? Call now to know your rates.

Personalized Attention

We understand that each client has unique requirements. Therefore, we provide personalized attention to ensure that your needs are met.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between attestation and apostille?

Attestation and Apostille are two different methods of verifying the authenticity of a document for use in a foreign country. The main difference between attestation and apostille is that attestation is a process used for countries that are not signatories to the Hague Apostille Convention, while Apostille is a simplified process for countries that are signatories to the convention.

Attestation is the process of verifying the authenticity of a document by a government authority or embassy. The process involves verifying the signature and seal of the official who has issued the document. Attestation is usually required for documents such as educational certificates, marriage certificates, birth certificates, and commercial documents for use in foreign countries that are not part of the Hague Apostille Convention.

Apostille, on the other hand, is a simplified process of document verification for countries that are part of the Hague Apostille Convention. The process involves attaching an Apostille certificate to the document that verifies the authenticity of the document. The Apostille certificate is issued by a government authority designated by the country where the document was issued.

In summary, attestation is a method of document verification used for countries that are not part of the Hague Apostille Convention, while Apostille is a simplified process used for countries that are signatories to the convention. Both attestation and Apostille are used to verify the authenticity of documents for use in foreign countries.

How long does the process take?

The processing time for attestation and apostille services can vary depending on a number of factors such as the type of document, the country where the document was issued, and the specific requirements of the requesting country. Generally, the time required for attestation and apostille can range from a few days to several weeks.

For example, the processing time for attestation can vary depending on the type of document and the country where the document was issued. In some cases, the attestation process can be completed in a few days, while in other cases, it may take several weeks to complete.

Similarly, the processing time for apostille can also vary depending on the country where the document was issued and the specific requirements of the requesting country. In some cases, the apostille process can be completed within a few days, while in other cases, it may take several weeks to complete.

It is important to note that the processing time for attestation and apostille can also be affected by factors such as holidays, weekends, and the workload of the issuing authority. To avoid delays, it is recommended to start the attestation or apostille process as early as possible and to carefully follow the instructions and requirements of the issuing authority.

What documents do I need to submit?

The documents required for attestation or apostille can vary depending on the type of document and the specific requirements of the requesting country. However, there are some common types of documents that may require attestation or apostille, including:

  • Educational documents: These include certificates, diplomas, and degrees issued by educational institutions.
     

  • Personal documents: These include birth certificates, marriage certificates, death certificates, and passports.
     

  • Commercial documents: These include certificates of incorporation, trade licenses, and invoices.
     

  • Legal documents: These include power of attorney, affidavits, and court documents.

When submitting documents for attestation or apostille, you may be required to provide the original document or a certified copy, along with other supporting documents such as a copy of your passport, application forms, and fees. The specific requirements for document submission can vary depending on the country where the document was issued and the country where it will be used.

It is important to carefully review the instructions and requirements provided by the issuing authority and to ensure that all required documents and information are provided to avoid delays in the attestation or apostille process.

How do I pay for your services?

he payment options for attestation and apostille services can vary depending on the service provider and the country where the service is being provided.

Some common payment options may include:

  1. Online payment: Many service providers may offer the option to pay for attestation or apostille services online using a credit or debit card.
     

  2. Bank transfer: Some service providers may allow payment through bank transfer, where you can transfer the payment directly to the service provider's bank account.
     

  3. Cash payment: In some cases, you may be able to make a cash payment at the service provider's office or through an authorized payment center.

It is important to check with the service provider to understand the payment options available and any applicable fees or charges. You may also want to consider factors such as the reliability and reputation of the service provider before making a payment.

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