Why do I need a certified translation and what type of certification do I need?
Issued by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in the UK, an Apostille is a legal certificate which validates the authenticity of the signatory of another document for international use under the 1961 Hague Convention. For example a Statutory Declaration which has been signed by a recognised UK Notary Public, translated and certified, would be of no use abroad without an Apostille.
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