Transfer certificate, an official letter issued by the school or university to prove that the student successfully completed his/her study from their institution. Transfer certificate Apostille, a type of non educational certificate Apostille used for the change of board or university abroad and other needs related to the profession. A transfer certificate Apostille is a legal process of verification in which the mandatory authority of destination country will issue an Apostille attestation with their official stamp or sticker. Countries, which comes under the Hague convention required Apostille attestation. Transfer certificate Apostille is a necessary need for school admission purposes in Hague convention countries.
A Transfer certificate is an official record which contains information such as…
- Name of the student
- Admission no of the school
- Date of birth
- Date of leaving
- Subject or class studied
- Board of examination
- Reason for leaving
- Character and conduct
- Verification by the principle
If one student going abroad (member country Hague convention) for higher studies purpose, he/she has to take Apostille attestation from the embassy or consulate of the destination country which present in his/her home country. Once you got a transfer certificate Apostille your certificate will be applicable anywhere in that destination country and you can use the document for any other purposes also.
Some common purposes of Transfer certificate Apostille are given below
- For school admission purposes
- For job purposes
- To prove the qualification of the student
Apostille has a certain validity and it depends upon the country, where the applicant plans to go. Academic purposes are the main objective of transfer certificate attestation.
Documents required for applying transfer certificate Apostille are….
- Passport copy
- Original transfer certificate
Transfer certificate Apostille makes your certificate valid and valuable in the destination country. Hague convention member countries strictly prohibit the usage of certificate without Apostille attestation. Countries that are not part of Hague convention comes under attestation.