Apostille legalisation of Irish documents for Morocco
If you want to live abroad and want to apply for a visa and / or work abroad, it is very likely that in order to be granted a visa or to be able to start a new job they will ask you for your Criminal Records.
This means that you have to request the Criminal Records at your local Garda station. This record can also be requested by another person on your behalf. We at certifiedtranslations.ie have offices in Dublin and Cork and we are more than happy to request this document on your behalf. This might be especially handy if your Garda station is very busy or if you live outside the city and would have to travel a long way just to request and collect it.
When you have received your Criminal Record from your local Garda station, you will need to have them legalised in order for them to be recognized abroad. For many countries, you can legalise your document through an apostille. An Apostille is a way of recognising a document for foreign authorities. It follows The Apostille Convention. It is a certificate which is issued, in the case of Ireland, by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. We at certifiedtranslations.ie can help you with this as well. We can request the Criminal Record on your behalf and legalise it either through an apostille or through a different authentication process. Due to years of experience in dealing with different kind of documents which needed to be legalised for different countries and purposes, we know exactly how to legalise your document correctly, so that it will be recognised in China.
Additionally, we can also translate your Criminal Records, as we have translators with years of experience and expertise in certificates, such as these since we receive those to be translated from or into Chinese on a regular basis. Hence, we have quick turnaround times for a reasonable price and we can send your documents to you (in Ireland) or you can pick them up in Dublin or in Cork.
Feel free to give us a call if you are unsure what needs to be done to legalise your document or if you simply want to start with the process.
Do you have Irish documents that you need to have apostilled for educational, personal or business purposes, but you are living in Ireland?
We are a team of translation and legalisation professionals and due to our years of experience with the issue of legalisation of documents for different countries and different purposes, we can help you with any issue that you may have in relation to the legalisation of documents. We have offices in Cork and Dublin which means that you only have to drop off your documents at one of our offices or send us your documents via registered post.
As Morocco joined The Hague Apostille Convention in 2015 you no longer have to get your documents legalised after having them authenticated with an apostille stamp. The apostille is a certificate issued in order to ensure the authenticity of documents abroad. This is part of The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents. The apostille stamp, which you will receive at the Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade, is generally enough for Irish documents to be recognized and accepted in Morocco now.
In some cases, your documents will need to be notarised before they can be submitted for the apostille stamp. Notarisation means that a Public Notary needs to sign and stamp the documents in question before they can receive an apostille stamp. We can help you through the whole process and as mentioned before the only thing you need to do is to submit your documents to us and we will do the rest and also answer any questions you may have. After we legalised your Irish documents for the use in Morocco you can pick them up in one of our offices in Cork or Dublin or we can send them to you via registered post.
Our services do not stop with the legalisation of your documents. We can also translate your documents for you if that is necessary for your documents to be submitted in Morocco. Simply send us an email with your enquiry and we will help you promptly.
Obtaining Criminal Records in the Republic of Ireland
Apostille Documents Legalisation Services offer all customers in the Republic of Ireland assistance in obtaining copies of criminal records. This service is heavily relied on not only by people currently living in Ireland but by those who have moved abroad and subsequently been asked to provide criminal records for visa, employment and investment purposes.
Obtaining Copies of Original Documents and Vital Records in the Republic of Ireland
Apostille Documents Legalisation Services provides a full range of services to assist its customers in the Republic of Ireland in obtaining new or replacement copies of documents.
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