Brosgall Legal

Vancouver Apostille and Notary Services

Same Day Service

Call: 604-685-2326

Consular Office

The Canadian equivalent of an Apostille is a three-step procedure that entails 'notarizing', 'authenticating', and 'legalizing'. Once these three steps are completed, a document originating in Vancouver, BC becomes valid for use in the USA. This process applies to important documents such as... [read more]

Tags

Brosgall Legal | Notary Services specializes in assisting clients with the Authentication and Legalization of international documentation, and we would be pleased to help you with your Apostille needs. Getting an authentication and legalization completed in BC can be very... [read more]

Tags

Canadian documents being sent overseas must first be 'authenticated' and 'legalized' to make them legal and valid in the foreign country. You may have been told to get an 'Apostille'. In Canada, this process is called 'authentication and legalization.' Our clients typically need this service for... [read more]

Tags

When you travel, work, invest, or do business in the other countries, dealing with documentation can be a tricky process. To make your Canadian documents valid for use abroad, they must go through a special process called 'authentication and legalization'. This process is often referred to as ... [read more]

Tags

If you're planning an overseas destination wedding, it is vital that all the necessary documents are obtained well before you depart. Many counties will require a Canadian "Statement in Lieu of a Certificate of Non-Impediment to Marriage Abroad", or a BC "Marriage Search Certificate". You will... [read more]

Tags

Recent changes at the Indian consulate in Vancouver, BC mean that authentication and legalization (Apostille) of documents is now required if you are sending documents to India. These are important changes, and so to ensure your documents will be valid for use in India, these new procedures must... [read more]

Tags

Canadian companies often need to get Certificates of Canadian Residency. These are issued by the Canada Revenue Agency to companies in accordance with the tax treaty between Canada and the country where the company does business. Once a company has the certificate from CRA, it... [read more]

Tags

If you are studying, teaching, working, investing, or doing business in Uruguay, there's a very good chance you'll be asked to provide your Canadian documentation to the Uruguayan authorities, or to your personal contacts there. Before your Canadian documents will be accepted as valid in Uruguay... [read more]

Tags

If you are studying, teaching, working, investing, or doing business in Poland, there's a very good chance you'll be asked to provide your Canadian documentation to the Polish authorities, or to your personal contacts there. Before your Canadian documents will be accepted as valid in Poland,... [read more]

Tags

If you are studying, teaching, working, investing, or doing business overseas, there's a very good chance you'll be asked to provide your Canadian documentation to the foreign authorities. This is the case for Certificates of Canadian Residency regarding Tax Agreements between Canada and other... [read more]

Tags

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Consular Office