Experience certificate is a formal letter issued by the employer on behalf of an employee to certify that he/she worked in that organization at a particular time period which is mentioned in the letter. Experience certificate Apostille, a kind of non educational certificate Apostile, which is issued by a mandatory authority in most countries’ embassies is responsible for issuing Apostille. Apostille is a stamp/ sticker/ seal, which attach to the document by a designated person in the embassy. Apostille attestation makes your experience certificate valid and valuable in the destination country. Apostille attestation is required only for Hague convention countries. Experience certificate includes all information regarding your work experience like the name of the organization (from which you got an experience certificate), name of designation or post, time period of your experience etc.. Experience certificate attestation is mainly for job purposes, experience certificate attestation is a gateway to job opportunities.
Documents required for applying Experience Certificate Apostille
- Original experience certificate
- Passport copy
If one person going abroad for job purposes, he/she has to take Apostille attestation from the embassy or consulate of the destination country, which is present in your home country. The applicant should prove the authenticity of the certificate in the field of applying, so Apostille is a necessary need for international communications. Once you got an experience certificate Apostille your certificate will be applicable anywhere in that destination country and you can use the document for any other purposes also. Apostille has a certain validity and it depends upon the country, where the applicant plans to go. Experience certificate is a legal process of verification. Apostille attestation makes your certificate valid and valuable in your destination country. In coming years, Apostille becomes a strict legal process for all persons who moving to abroad. Countries that are not part of Hague convention comes under attestation.