F.A.Q - Embassy Attestation


What is Embassy Attestation? The meaning of getting the stamp from the embassy. It is done by the embassy of the respective country. It is a legalisation process to verify the validity of a South African document to be used in a country that is not a signatory to the Hague Convention.  
Embassy Attestation in South Africa. The document should be first authenticated via Notary / High Court / DIRCO or other authentication authority where after it is presented to the respective Embassy will legalise the document by placing a unique stamp or seal on the document. We deliver an all inclusive service which includes all necessary attendances. 
Attestation is the act of witnessing the signing of a formal document and then also signing it to verify that it was properly signed by those bound by its contents. Attestation is a legal acknowledgment of the authenticity of a document and a verification that proper processes were followed.