With the growth of international commercial activities, globalisation of economy and individual migration, notarisation of certain types of transactional or legal instruments becomes an important component of cross-border business transactions and personal activities.
Legalising documents for use overseas
Australian documents being used overseas may need additional government legalisation to meet the requirements of intended destination country. The legalisation process needs to establish a chain of authentication with respect to the signature and seal on notarised documents.
Step 1: Documents notarised by which the signature and seal of Brightstone Legal Notary Public;
Step 2: DFAT (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) verifies the signatures and seals appearing on notarised documents;
Step 3: Documents legalised by the intended destination country Embassies or Consulates in Australia.
Brightstone helps you with
Best solution from our professional Notary Public team on your documents to be used overseas and assist you in preparing the documents.
Either witness your signature on the Power Of Attorney and Statutory Declaration or certify a true copy of your original Australian Certificate and issue a Notary Certificate.
Send Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade application forms along with your sealed Notary documents for Authentication or Apostille.
To assist you with the relevant application form and deliver it on behalf of you to the intended destination country’s Embassies or Consulates for legalising if required.
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Dispute Resolution and Litigation / Real Estate /Family Law/ Notary Public/ Financial Services / Criminal and Traffic Offence/ Immigration.
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