and Attestations

These documents are usually required when making use of your documents in a foreign country for work, immigration, or visa purposes.

What is an apostilled document?
An apostille is a document that has been verified and stamped by a Notary, High Court, or DIRCO. This process is complete so that documents can be recognised in foreign countries that have signed the 1961 Hague Convention Treaty.

All you need to do is to forward your documents that you urgently require to be verified for legitimacy and authentication, and once we have received the necessary documentation, we will have the documents verified and sent back to you via courier as soon as possible.

There is a list of countries that are members of the Hague Convention, so always check with your consultant before starting the process. Documents apostilled by the High Court will be attached with a pink ribbon and red seal, whereas original documents apostilled by DIRCO will be attached with a green ribbon and red seal.

What is an attestation?
An attestation is most commonly an official document that must be authenticated and stamped by the embassy of the country where it will be used.

Why Choose Us?
We can deliver your original documents within 6 to 8 weeks with clear detailed communication and a hassle-free experience. This ensures that you receive your verified documents quickly.

If you are having documents apostilled through the high court, we can have them completed and returned to you within 5 to 7 business days of submission. Attestation processing times vary greatly depending on where the documents will be used.