The DIA’s Authentication Unit also offers an e-apostille to help facilitate the international use of documents originating in New Zealand. This is very helpful in cases where you are on a tight deadline and need to submit your apostilled documents in less than a week. You can use the e-apostille option to let the requesting authority know that the paper version of your authenticated documents is on the way.
Filling out your application form correctly is central to getting your e-apostille request processed faster than the paper alternative. You can contact Globeia’s team of experts to ensure that your application meets the DIA’s submission guidelines.
Be sure to ask the requesting authority if they accept electronically apostilled documents before you start your e-apostille application with us. This is because a small number of countries have not fully transitioned to digital document verification and may end up rejecting your documents.
At Globeia, the first step in our apostille process is understanding your destination country’s set of requirements. Each country has its unique guidelines, submission procedures, and language preferences for international documents.
This is why we recommend you check if:
You may also need to ask them about the acceptable age of documents as some countries do not accept police checks and similar certificates that are more than 6 months old.
We will help you make the right choice about your documents so that you do not have to re-submit your apostille request in case of rejection by the respective organization in your destination country.
A Globeia Apostille expert will review your application and correct any missing or incorrect fields for hassle-free processing. You will receive your e-apostilled documents in your email. Documents with a paper-based apostille can be sent to you anywhere around the world by mail.
Immigrating to another country is exciting but managing the paperwork requirements can be quite a challenge. You have lived in New Zealand without having to get any additional authentication seals on your documents and now all of a sudden an apostille certification is required. This additional document legalization step is mandatory no matter which country you have chosen as your new home.
The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) processes apostille requests in New Zealand. Globeia provides an affordable and secure service to help you get apostille verification of your documents from the DIA. Our New Zealand Apostille team keeps a close eye on the DIA’s apostille policy updates so that we can get your documents verified within a week of application.
We can help you get your documents ready, whether you are considering job offers in Singapore, retiring in Spain, or pursuing academic opportunities in Melbourne. Use our industry-leading apostille application process to follow the DIA’s application submission guidelines and get your documents apostilled faster.
Globeia makes it possible for you to order an apostille on your New Zealand documents from any country in the world. You can order both paper-based and e-apostille from the comfort of your home by simply logging on to our official website.
After you receive your apostilled documents from us, you can simply log on to the Department of Internal Affairs’ online portal to verify the apostille. Click here to start your application now.