What is legalisation?
The idea behind legalisation is the same as apostilling, but the procedure is more time-consuming and is carried out only in certain countries.
In order to legalise a document, it must be sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that verifies the authenticity of the document and then sends it to the respective authority of the required foreign country, which will then also certify the document with a legalisation notation.
Legalised document can only be used in the foreign country whose legalisation notation is provided on the document. Documents to be used in a country that has not joined the Hague Convention are legalised.
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