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Clients who need the services of a notary public in British Columbia need to provide at least one piece of non-expired, government-issued photo ID. When people come in to Brosgall Legal | Notary Services, they aren't always sure which ID is allowed. Not everyone has a driver's... [read more]

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If you're planning to get married abroad, there's a good chance you'll need a 'Statement In Lieu of Certificate of Non-Impediment to Marriage Abroad'. To find out if you will need this Certificate, you can contact the foreign country's ... [read more]

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Most official documentation is still produced in a hard copy format (i.e.: transcripts, certificates, diplomas, etc.). Brosgall Legal | Notary Services certifies and notarizes these documents all the time. You simply visit our notary public office with the original hard copy,... [read more]

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When a document is being sent from Canada for use abroad, first it has to be notarized, and then it has to be 'authenticated' and 'legalized'. This is a complex process that Brosgall Legal | Notary Services specializes in. We do everything for you, from start to finish.

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There are many circumstances when you might need to provide a document to a third party. For example, you may need to send a document to a government agency, or a university.  Or you might need to send documentation to get a visa, for immigration purposes, or for professional registration and... [read more]

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The word 'notarize' is confusing to many people. What does it mean to get something notarized? This article will explain what a notarization is, and how Brosgall Legal | Notary Services can assist. If you have any questions, or want to book an appointment, please send us an ... [read more]

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What is an Apostille?

Apostille is a French word used to refer to the legalization of a document for international use under the terms of the 1961 Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents (the 'Hague Apostille Convention... [read more]

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When you need a Canadian document to be recognized in a foreign country, that document must be verified as being legitimate. In Canada, this process of verification is the authentication and legalization of the document: the equivalent of an Apostille certificate. Because Canada did not sign the... [read more]

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Documents that are produced or signed in Canada that need to be used in the United States cannot be 'Apostilled'. Instead, in Canada, the equivalent of an Apostille is 'notarizing', 'authenticating', and 'legalizing'. Once these three steps are completed, the document becomes valid for use in... [read more]

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If you or someone close to you is applying for a visa to visit Canada, a letter of invitation should be made. The following information will help with the preparation of such a letter. A letter of invitation from someone in Canada will not guarantee that a visa will be issued. Visa officers... [read more]

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