What is Apostille certification?
Apostille certification is issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dublin to any document prepared in Ireland, and authenticates the document or translation. It is most commonly used to certify signatures on a document, the conditions under which the document was signed and the identities of all and all signatories and of the authority issuing the certification.
A typical example is certification of a notarized translation, where the Apostille legalization verifies that the notary is registered with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dublin.
It may additionally be used to confirm the country of origin of the document, and may be stamped directly onto the translation or document or alternatively attached to it.
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Do my documents require Apostille certification?
If your documents are to be used in any country signed up to the Hague Convention, they may need to be sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dublin for certification by Apostille to ensure that they will be accepted as legally valid. This includes notarized translations, birth or marriage certificates and adoption papers prepared in Ireland for use in Spain or further abroad.