The legalisation of Irish documents for the use in Canada
Do you have documents that you need to have legalised because you are planning to move to Canada or for business purposes?
The process to have your documents legalised be it for corporal or personal purposes, can be difficult as Canada is not a member of The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents, or simply the apostille convention.
Legalisation of your documents for the Embassy of Canada in Dublin
This means that your Irish documents need to be authenticated or legalised by the officials of the Canadian Embassy in Dublin. However, the Embassy in Dublin may only authenticate certain documents. This needs to be verified with the Embassy upfront. Additionally, you cannot submit your documents in person but must send it via mail or per courier. This can be a stressful process, especially if you are unsure whether or not your documents can be authenticated at the Embassy in Dublin.
Our help with the legalisation of your documents at the Embassy of Canada in Dublin
We can help you with the process. Simply submit your documents via registered post or bring them to one of our offices in Dublin or Cork. We can answer all your questions concerning the legalisation of your Irish documents for the use in Canada and we will also do the trip to the Embassy for you, which will save you time, money and nerves.
Other services we offer for the use of your Irish documents in Canada
If you are planning to travel, move or do business in the French speaking parts of Canada, it might also be convenient to have your Irish documents translated before travelling to Canada. We can also help you with that. Our team consists of great legal experts but also of inhouse and freelance translators. Especially for translations into and from French we can offer you fast turnaround times and translations of the highest standard.
Simply send us an email or give us a call to receive more information on our services.