Canadian Apostille Equivalent for Your Documents
Canadians will be able to get their documents apostilled from January 11, 2024. In the meantime, the lengthy authentication and legalization process will have to be followed for document verification. Additionally, notarization is also required in some cases as an extra step.
Completing the entire process can be a bit tedious for applicants in Portugal. Since you cannot come to Canada just to get your documents legalized, it’s best to get the help of a professional document processing company.
At Globeia, we take pride in helping our clients skip unnecessary delays when it comes to getting their documents authenticated and legalized for use in Portugal.