Pay the state fee at a bank or a post office. You may also pay the fee online at your bank’s website, in which case you should print out a payment confirmation.
Making an appointment at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs through a special form, choosing a convenient date and time of the visit. Sometimes it is either temporarily impossible to make an appointment, or the system offers you dates in a few weeks.
Pay a second visit to the District Court to collect the document with the statement of certification.
Visit the District Court to submit documents to authenticate the notary’s signature and seal.
Make several phone calls in Polish to relevant bodies to find out details of the procedure and work schedule.
Conduct an online search for the address of the apostille issuing authority, plan your route, and schedule your visit.
Pay a visit to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the appointed day and time, stand in line and finally get your document with the apostille stamp.
Fill out an application to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Apostille of public documents intended for legal use abroad; print it out and be sure to have it with you in paper form.