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TUNISIA and BOLIVIA have joint the Hague Convention for Apostille legalisation

Tunisia and Bolivia  have become contracting parties to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents, the so called Apostille Convention:   Ratification Entry into force TUNISIA 10 July 2017 30 March 2018 BOLIVIA 6 September 2017 7 May 2018  As the Apostille Convention has entered into force, the Italian documents to be used in Tunisia and in Bolivia shall be now...

Mandatory good conduct certificate rule for UAE: how to get it in ITALY

Starting from 4 February 2018, the Certificate of Good Conduct (also called certificate of no criminal records or police clearance certificate) is required and mandatory for employment visa in the United Arab Emirates. According to the Dubai Police Coordination Committee's recent decision, each applicant must submit a certificate of good...

Consulate of Egypt in Italy and legalisation procedure of documents for Egypt

The Consulate of Egypt legalises documents, which must be drafted in English or French, or be a bilingual text (Italian-English; Italian-French; Italian-Arabic). It is not possible to legalise documents drafted only in Italian. Sworn translations will have to be obtained of any certificates issued in Italian before they are presented to the...

Sworn Translations at the Court of Milan

The President of the Court of Milan has decreed that as of 10/07/2015, translations can be sworn exclusively by professionals registered in the ROLL OF COURT-APPOINTED TECHNICAL CONSULTANTS OF THE COURT "Consulenti Tecnici del Tribunale" or in the TRANSLATORS/INTERPRETERS category of the roll of CONSULTANTS...

How to get an Apostille in Italy

Apostille is the attestation of the authenticity and legitimacy of the signature of a Public Officer or Official who has signed and released a certain document. Apostille is released by the competent Public Authority of the Country where the document has been formed and released. Through...

UAE Consulate in Milan and legalisation procedure for documents

The UAE Consulate is open in Milan and is competent for the following Italian Regions: Valle d’Aosta, Piemonte, Liguria, Lombardia, Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Emilia Romgna. All the documents to be legalised by the UAE Embassy must be first attested by the competent...

What concretely is an Apostille?

The apostille itself is a stamp or printed form consisting of 10 numbered standard fields. On the top is the text APOSTILLE, including the short version of the French title of the Convention Convention de La Haye du 5 octobre 1961. In the numbered fields the following...

Certified Translators in Italy

As we have already explained in our previous post “Certified Translations and legalization“ translations must be certified, i.e. subject to an oath sworn by the translator responsible for them, in order to have legal value and/or to be officially used. In cases in which official documents...

Certificate of outstanding criminal proceedings

This is the certificate issued by the Public Prosecutor Office to verify the existence of outstanding criminal proceedings, already registered in a particular Public Prosecutor's office, involving the person owner of the certificate. This certificate, therefore, lists any ongoing criminal proceedings that have not yet reached...

Certified translations and legalization

In order to have legal value, translations must be certified, i.e. subject to an oath sworn by the translator responsible for them. With the certification of sworn translation, the translator officially confirms, or "swears under oath", that the translated text corresponds to what is contained in...