Apostille and Legalisation of your Polish Documents for the use abroad
Do you have Polish documents that you need to have legalised for the use abroad? Be it personal, educational or professional documents, we can help you with the apostille or the legalisation of your Polish documents.
Apostille of your Polish documents for the use abroad
If the country you need your documents for is a member state of The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents like Poland then you only need to have your documents apostilled. However, the apostille can only be issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in Poland. This can be difficult if you no longer live in Poland but, for example, in Ireland.
Notarisation of your Polish documents for the use abroad
Often your documents need to be authenticated by a Public Notary or a Solicitor in order to receive an apostille stamp. Notarisation means that a notary signs and stamps your documents, so that you can submit them for an apostille.
Legalisation of your Polish documents for the use abroad
If the country you need your documents authenticated for is not a member state of The Hague Apostille Convention, then your documents need to be legalised by the competent authorities in Poland. The competent authority is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Poland. Your documents need to be submitted and will be legalised there.
Our help for the apostille and legalisation of your Polish Document
We can help you with the whole process of legalising your documents for the use abroad. Bring your documents to one of our offices in Cork or Dublin and we will do the rest for you. We can apostille, notarise your documents and submit them to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Poland, if necessary. We work closely together with agents in Poland who will have your documents legalised in no time. We can also answer all your questions which you may have about the process of legalising our Polish documents.