Apostille attestation meaning: In simple language, an Apostille is an attestation done for personal documents like birth/death/marriage certificates, Affidavits, Power of Attorney, etc. and educational documents like secondary level certificates, matriculation, diploma, degree and etc. Accepted and recognized by 105 nations that belong to the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, the countries abolished the requirement of the legalization of foreign public documents and introduced the Apostille attestation.
Accepted in 105 member countries, an apostille is a process in which any document Apostilled in one member country is acceptable in all the other 104 member-countries belonging to the Hague Convention. This is beneficial for a candidate by making it needless to get the documents attested in each or for each of the countries separately.
Apostille - Process : Required documents :
Original document in which you want to get apostille.
any supportive document if applicable
Passport copy of the concerned person