We are taking care of all formalities for you — we request a preliminary procedure to verify the notary’s seal and signature (Uwierzytelnienia dokumentu) at the District Court of Warsaw, make an appointment at the Foreign Ministry, fill out all necessary forms, pay the state fees, get an apostille for all personal or corporate documents… Continue reading What does the apostille-related service in Poland embrace?
Apostille stamps are normally placed on personal or corporate documents issued by the Polish state authorities. The most common cases include: certificates of marital status, birth, death and marriage, court rulings; documents from the National Criminal Register (KRK), including certificates of no criminal record, or court orders concerning a company, certificates of conviction; notarised documents… Continue reading What sort of documents are normally subject to Apostille?
As a rule, you will obtain your apostilled document within 3–5 days if you refer to our office NotaBene in Warsaw and within 10 days if you contact our office in Gdansk. We always have booked dates and time slots for visits to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which enable us to expedite the process.
Contact our offices in Warsaw and Gdansk using details below. Bring your documents to our offices or send them by courier mail to our address. Make the agreed down payment with cash or a card. You can also use PayPal, Wise and Stripe in any currency. We carry out your order within the deadline and hand it over to… Continue reading How do I order and pay?
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Apostille is a special mark (stamp) put on official documents issued by institutions of one state for recognition by official institutions in another state. Therefore, only documents issued in Poland can be apostilled in Poland. Apostille verifies the authenticity of an official’s signature and status, as well as a seal and stamp on an official… Continue reading What is Apostille?