What is an Apostille?
The Apostille is an international stamp that confirms the validity of the document on which it is affixed. Apostille is set on the original document or on notarized copies of the documents.
For what purpose is the Apostille needed?
Upon certification by an Apostille the document acquires a legal force in all countries that have joined the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961.
For which countries is the Apostille needed?
What kind of Ukrainian Documents can be certified by Apostille?
Documents from the Civil Registry Office of Ukraine
- Birth Certificate
- Marriage certificate
- Divorce Certificate
- Death certificate
- Name change Certificate
- Extracts (extracts) from the State register
Documents certified by Notary Public
- Marital status statements
- Parental consent
- Power of Attorney
- Contracts, Agreements, Marriage Contracts
- Notarized copies of documents
- Notarized translations of documents
Copies of Court decisions
Documents from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the National Police of Ukraine
- Certificate of no criminal record
Documents from the District Administrations of the State Administration
- Certificate of registration at the place of residence (from TsNAP)
Documents and certificates from the Migration Service of Ukraine
Documents from the Pension Fund of Ukraine
Documents from the Tax (Fiscal) Services of Ukraine
Original Education documents
- Diplomas, Transcripts, Academic records and Certificates
Which State bodies of Ukraine are processing the Apostille?
- Ministry of Justice of Ukraine
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine
- Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine