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What is attestation
Attestation is the act of witnessing the signing of a formal document and then also signing it to verify that it was properly signed by those bound by its contents. Attestation is a legal acknowledgment of the authenticity of a document and a verification that proper processes were followed.
Attestation can be used interchangeably with Certification.
legalization and apostille difference
Depending on the country for which the attestation is to be made and the type of document, you may only need an apostille, legalization or two attestations at the same time.
In some cases, even if your country accepts the Apostille, we must first legalize the document and then obtain its Apostille.
what is apostille
An Apostille is a type of attestation in which documents are legalised in a particular format that is acceptable in all nations that belong to the Hague Convention. Essentially, Apostille is an international attestation that is acceptable in about 92 countries, and most of the western world recognises Apostille.
Indonesia recently joined the Hague Pact, which greatly facilitates document exchange.
what is legalization
Legalization makes documents suitable for use in another country. The process often involves several different steps. Documents that can be legalised include civil status documents, court orders and diplomas or certificates. Legalisation shows that: the document was issued by an official authority.
Apostille service indonesia. Which documents may be apostillised?
The Convention applies only to public documents. These are documents emanating from an authority or official connected with a court or tribunal of the State (including documents issued by an administrative, constitutional or ecclesiastical court or tribunal, a public prosecutor, a clerk or a process-server); administrative documents; notarial acts; and official certificates which are placed on documents signed by persons in their private capacity, such as official certificates recording the registration of a document or the fact that it was in existence on a certain date and official and notarial authentications of signatures.
The main examples of public documents for which Apostilles are issued in practice include birth, marriage and death certificates; extracts from commercial registers and other registers; patents; court rulings; notarial acts and notarial attestations of signatures; academic diplomas issued by public institutions. Diplomas issued by private institutions may not be apostillised directly; a “private” diploma may, however, bear an official certificate issued by a notary, Solicitor, Agency or any other person or authority competent under the law of the State of origin of the diploma to authenticate the signature on the diploma.
This official certificate is a public document under the Convention and thus may be apostillised. In such a case the Apostille does not relate to the diploma itself; instead it certifies the authenticity of the certificate on or accompanying the diploma. Finally, the Convention neither applies to documents executed by diplomatic or consular agents nor to administrative documents dealing directly with commercial or customs operations (e.g., certificates of origin or import or export licenses).
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Legalization of personal documents
Act of birth
Act of marriage
Act of divorce
Act of death
Single status certificate
Certificate of no criminal record (SKCK)
Certificate of good standing
Certification of origin
Legalization of educational documents
Transcript of records
Legalization of official and government documents
Power of attorney
Pre marital intercourse
Notarial deed of real estate purchase
Transfer of ownership
Legalization of business and company documents
NB identify number
Power of attorney
Work experience letters
Company articles of association
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PROCESS OF INDONESIA DOCUMENT LEGALIZATION
Transparent work is our motto
Contact us by e-mail or WhatsApp, tell us what you need help with and we will find a solution for you.
We will present you the optimal scenario for your case and needs and we will list the related costs.
If you accept the process and costs, we will issue an invoice and ask you to send the documents scan / photo by e-mail and send originals to us by courier.
If you do not know how to find a courier, we will arrange a pickup for you.
Send your online documents to firstname.lastname@example.org or our WhatsApp
Payment can be done by wire bank transfer, wise.com, or VISA card online.
- Please send by email scans/photos of every document which you will send also by courier. It will help us to manage your documents properly.
- Please prepare your documents safely packed for the courier.
After receiving your payment and documents scans by e-mail, we apply them to the governmental system, and after receiving the originals, we will start the legalization process in accordance with the previously established scenario.
After completing the legalization process, we will send you the original documents and their legalization by courier. We will send the documents in Indonesia or to the address provided in your country, as previously agreed.
PRICE of indonesian apostille and surrounding services
One document apostille (5-7 business days process)
1,300,000 IDR / 88 USD
Courier transport to Jakarta or from Jakarta (inside Indonesia 2-3 days)
Courier transport to Jakarta or from Jakarta (inside Indonesia next day)
60,000 IDR / 4 USD
Courier pickup / delivery from / to your villa or hotel (each transport)
60,000 IDR / 4 USD
Delivery to any place in Europe (DHL)
1,000,000 IDR / 68 USD
One document translation
800,000 IDR / 53 USD
Curier from translation to your place (in one country)