Apostille for Belgium

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Belgium is a member country of the Hague convention

Do you have a copy of a document issued in the United States that needs to be apostilled for use in Belgium? We can help you. 

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Please upload a digital copy of your document(s). You can upload documents from your computer or take a picture with your mobile phone.

Need an apostille issued in Belgium?

Belgium – Competent Authority:
Ministère des Affaires étrangères, du Commerce extérieur et de la Coopération au Développement
Address
:
Rue des Petits Carmes 27
1000 BRUSSELS
Belgium
Telephone: +32 (2) 501 32 00
E-mail: legalisation.ae@diplobel.fed.be
Website: https://diplomatie.belgium.be/en

Certain countries have historically needed the relevant embassy or diplomatic building to verify the validity of all foreign documents, reminiscent of birth certificates, wedding and death certificates and bound kinds of industrial papers, before they will be accepted natively. In 1961, the hague Convention established the apostille because the official means that of validatory foreign documents, and in Kingdom of Belgium you’ll notice that local officers will usually expect you to get an apostille once submitting any variety of official work originating outside Belgium (in addition to a translation of the document).

An apostille is a numbered and dated certificate, generally remarked as a ‘stamp’ due to its size and shape, that is connected to an officer copy of the document by the issue government. If you wish to own a document, for example your birth certificate, legalised, you ought to send it to the acceptable agency within the country wherever it had been issued, requesting an apostille. you need to specify that you just need an apostille, as there are alternative strategies of legalising documents however solely an apostille meets the necessities of the hague Convention and is appropriate inside Belgium.

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Please upload a digital copy of your document(s).
You can upload documents from your computer or take a picture with your mobile phone.