Apostille Your Canadian Documents for Use Abroad
Globeia can help you authenticate and validate your documents
so that they can be recognized by authorities, employers, and educational institutes outside Canada.
We know managing the immigration process can be quite a head-scratcher. Confusing forms, lengthy visa requirements, and the looming threat of delays are enough to stress anyone out. The document verification requirements on top of all this can make you question if there is another way to get this done. Fortunately, there is! You can leave the apostille of your Canadian documents to us while you take care of the rest. There is no need for you to try to work your way through the long government procedures. We will make sure that all of your documents are ready to be accepted by foreign immigration officers, employers, or educational institutions. Our user-friendly online application process allows you to apply in a few simple steps, letting you focus on the exciting opportunities that lie ahead. Whether you are chasing career dreams, academic goals, or simply a fresh start in a new country, we are here to help you in your seamless transition.
Here at Globeia, we bridge the gap between your documents and an apostille certificate by checking all parts of your application for any mistakes. Our Canadian apostille team ensures that your documents meet all Global Affairs Canada or Provincial authority requirements before sending them in for the apostille.
Having managed hundreds of document authentication requests, we take great care in avoiding common mistakes that can cause delays in your apostille application. For example, some documents need to be translated for apostille. We will send you an update if that is the case and help you get a certified translation right away.
Before it joined the Apostille Hague Convention, Canada used to follow the Authentication and Legalization process instead of the Apostille. This was a very lengthy procedure and involved getting document legalization from the destination country’s Consulate inside Canada. However, the authentication part of the process was managed by Global Affairs Canada. Now, with Canada’s induction into the Apostille Convention, the task of document verification has also been distributed to other provincial authorities. Here is a quick guide to check which authority will process your apostille request.