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What is an apostille?

Apostille proves the authenticity of the document.

The person who signs the document and makes a national public document of one country available to a foreign country that is a party to the relevant international convention (the list of the convicted states can be consulted on the convention website.

Only Public Notaries draw up public documents for the Republic of Estonia. A notary cannot certify with an apostille a document that he has certified or authenticated.

Therefore, two notaries must be used. Later, the document must also be translated into a suitable language by a sworn translator.

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