An Apostille is an internationally accepted method for certification of copied documents. It involves a two step process:
- Firstly the copied documents are certified as true copies by a local Notary.
- Secondly the notary’s signature is certified as true by the local Supreme Court Registry which keeps a record of the Notary’s signature.
Commonly, when opening a bank account for the company, the Bank will ask for a Notarized and Apostilled copy of the documents evidencing the Company’s registration and the identity of the Company’s initial Director and shareholder.
The Apostille process can take up to a week to complete depending on the country in which the process needs be undertaken.
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