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Embassy of Cuba Ottawa Canada – Consular section

Legalization, attestation of document and authentication

Welcome to Canada’s document authentication, legalization, attestation & apostille Ottawa service, making your document globally effective Easily-Accurately-Fast. Authentication, attestation, legalization is a certification of the genuineness of the signature and seal or the position of an official who has the authority to execute, issue, or certify a document so that a document executed, issued or certified in one jurisdiction may be recognized in another jurisdiction. Authentications do not certify the genuineness, legality or credibility of the documents or their contents.

We assist clients to authenticate Canadian documents for the public for a wide range of documents. You may request that a Canadian public document be authenticated by asking us to confirm that a Canadian public official’s signature, seal or stamp on the document is genuine.

Does your document need to be authenticated?

Authentication requirements differ from country to country. Before sending your documents to be authenticated, please search our website, then contact us to obtain updated legalization, authentication, attestation and apostille information for your Canadian document attestation at the embassy of Cuba in Ottawa Canada.

If you require your documents to be authenticated, you should ensure to have the documents authenticated prior to arranging for travel outside of Canada. Please note that Canadian missions or embassies abroad are often not able to authenticate Canadian documents.

Legalization and Certification of Canadian documents or others foreign documents at the embassy of Cuba in Ottawa Canada

1. Take the originals to a Notary Public or the Global Affairs Canada (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development of Canada) in order to get certified copies of the documents stating that the document is true and valid copies of the originals issued by the competent authorities in the Province.
2. The documents have to be officially translated into Spanish. This should include a Statutory Declaration of the Translator signed by the Notary Public and authenticated by Global Affairs Canada (the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development of Canada).
3. For any other document issued in foreign countries (by no Canadian authorities) you have to obtain a letter from the Consulate or Embassy of the foreign country stating that the document was issued according to the regulations of the government and it can be considered valid. This document must show the name, signature, stamp and position of the official at the foreign Embassy or Consulate. In this case you don´t have to take the document to a Notary Public, just the translation into Spanish.
4. The process of legalizations at the Consulate takes from 10 to 15 days. The fee for legalizations is $ 216.00 CAD per document (each document in English and each document in Spanish as a result of the translation).
5. The consular section of embassy of Cuba in Canada reserves the exclusive right to grant or reject the legalization of any document, to ask for additional documentations, requirements, changing the processing time and fees without prior notice. “Ottawa-legalization” authentication agent will notify you if any change accrues during your process.

List of the document can be attested, legalized, authenticated or apostille after has been authenticated by Global Affairs Canada, please check with us if there is any specific requirement for your document authentication at the embassy of Cuba in Ottawa Canada.

Personal and legal document:
Educational and work Document:
Business and corporate document:

And much more please contact us for your document authentication request, and then you will receive an easy, fast and accurate total document legalization and attestation solution for your Canadian document at any embassy, consulate or high commission that located in Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal or Global Affairs Canada {Ex- authentication of document Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) Canada}.

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