Diploma certificate apostille is a type of educational certificate Apostille. Diploma certificate is an official document issued by a college or university to testify that the student successfully completed the course of study. Apostille is a sticker or stamp provided by the mandatory authority of the destination country. Apostille attestation is a legal process of verification, in which the designated person will attach a stamp or sticker on the verified document. Certificates without Apostille attestation is legally prohibited in Hague convention countries. Some common purposes of diploma certificates Apostille is for employment purposes and higher studies purposes, but sometimes, it also used for visa purposes. Diploma certificates contain all academic details about the applicant like name, course/ area of study, year of study, university or name of the institution, marks or grades obtained etc.. and this will help the designated authority to check the authenticity of the given document.
Required documents for applying diploma certificate apostille are –
- Passport copy
- Original diploma certificate
Through apostille attestation the documents will be applicable anywhere in that particular country where the certificate holder plans to go. The applicant should prove the authenticity of the certificate in the field of applying. The validity of apostille attestation depends upon the destination country. When a person wants to go a Hague convention country, he/she has to do apostille attestation from that particular country’s embassy or consulate which is situated in your country. Diploma certificate apostille provides more opportunities in foreign countries. Apostille attestation act as a bridge between apostille nations. Apostille attestation makes your certificate valid and valuable in your home country. In coming years, apostille is a strict legal process for all persons who moving to abroad. Apostille attestation is forthright and sincere process, now it is widely accepted by many nations. Countries that are not part of Hague convention comes under attestation.