What does it mean to apostille a document in South Africa?

In Pretoria, Cape town, Johannesburg and Durban, the affixing of the Apostille Seal to a South African public document like a Birth Certificate where both countries have accepted the Hague Convention of 1961 means that a foreign country will recognize the authenticity of the South African public document without further governmental legalization.  The Apostille Seal does not verify the contents of the South African public document; it only verifies its authenticity as a public document from the country of origin.  If the country of origin of the public document has not accepted The Hague Convention of 1961, then further governmental legalization and official translation may be necessary.

Let the Professionals Handle All of the Hard Work

We recommend that let the professionals handle all the hard work on your behalf. They can also give you the professional advice you need concerning the steps required to legalize your documents. Since they know more about the process they are also able to accelerate the legalization procedure giving you both peace of mind and speedy service. They can provide you with unique expert services that save you valuable time and money.

If you are looking for a company offering document Apostille services in Pretoria, Cape town, Johannesburg and Durban, we can assist!  We provide  Certificate Apostille from The Department of International Relations and Cooperation’s (DIRCO) in Pretoria. We ensure that your important documents are properly certified in the least amount of time possible.

Cell/WhatsApp: 081 347 6060
Tel: 012 348 3134
info@apostillelegalisation.co.za

Offices 24B,

Glenwood road
Lynwood Glen,
Pretoria 0081.