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Apostille is done for personal documents like birth/death/marriage certificates, Affidavits, Power of Attorney, etc. and educational documents like degree, diploma, matriculation and secondary level certificates etc. Apostille is acceptable in 105 member-countries of the Hague Convention. So that means! Once you get a document apostilled, it will be recognised by the below 105 countries Thus, greatly simplifying the process of attestation by making it needless to get the documents attested in each or for each of the countries separately.

Why MEA Attestation?

All original documents/copies requiring attestation or Apostille should be first authenticated by the designated authorities of the State/Union Territory from where the document has been issued.

  • • State Home Department Authentication: In case of personal documents like Birth Certificates/Marriage Certificates etc, Home/General Administration Department of the concerned State Government/Union Territory are the designated authorities.
  • • State HRD Authentication :In case of educational documents, the documents should first be authenticated by the Education Department of the concerned State Government/Union Territory.
  • • Commercial Documents are to be pre-authenticated by the respective Chambers of Commerce. If you have not got them authenticated, need not worry. Each state authentication has different requirements & different government bodies that can authenticate your documents. Give us a call or mail us or just fill a form on our website and our representative will be happy to help you.

Embassy Legalisation

  • • Legalising Indian documents for use in foreign counties is often a time consuming task. Many countries now request the apostille and additional embassy legalisation. This involves working with the embassies and consulates across India.
  • • Experience in submitting the documents correctly ensures that the process is completed efficiently without delay. Whether you are based in the INDIA or living abroad with INDIA documents that need legalising we can assist you.
  • • Document legalisation varies from one embassy to another which is why our attestation service is so popular. Each embassy or consulate has their own prescribed process of handling documents. Some documents do not require embassy legalisation and simply require the apostille certificate.


We also provide translation services at IVS Global. Some attestation and legalization work require translation of documents in the country to which you are travelling to (either for a Job/Education or any other commercial purpose) We provide professional document translation services for almost all major foreign languages like English translation, Japanese translation, Russian translation, Arabic translation, Korean translation, Chinese translation, Portuguese translation, Spanish translations, French translation, Italian translation, German translation and Indian languages like Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu etc. We have certified translators to undertake any complex task of translations and provide the said services at all our offices.

Dedicated Embassy Legalization Service

  • • Our embassy legalisation service saves you time researching how to prepare, certify and submit documents to the various embassies. Instead of guessing how to legalise your documents let our team of experts hand process your order with ease. Our fully inclusive service ensures documents are legalised as quickly as possible.
  • • Embassies may require that your documents are issued with a INDIA apostille before they will accept the document. Not all documents will be accepted and it is essential that documents are correctly presented to avoid delays.
  • • We can assist you with the apostille service if required to help speed up processing times. Many embassies insist that documents are processed and stamped by the chamber of commerce. Our all inclusive service will ensure that all necessary steps are taken to obtain the correct embassy legalisation.
  • • Our apostille and embassy legalisation service is the simple route to legalising documents for use in another country.