What is an apostille ?
Apostille is a sticker given from ministry of external affairs. Apostille is a proof of originality of the document. The country you are travelling Will ask you to get apostille because the traveling country government wants to be sure that the documents you submit are original not a fake document.AL-MIRAAJ International is the Best Apostille Service Providers in Tamilnadu,Chennai. Practically, it is a sticker stuck at the back side of your document by the Ministry of External Affairs [ MEA] and that becomes proof that your document/certificate is true and your government is telling the other government that the document is genuine and acceptable.
When & Why is apostille required for Chennai issued Certificate?
There is a necessity to document Apostille for multiple reasons such as work visa, student visa, residency visa or Business purpose. After Apostille, It determines that you are a trustworthy person. It gives basic awareness.
How long does the Apostille Procedure take time in Chennai?
The Chennai issued Certificate Apostille Process is a multi-step process. It has to be reviewed by the Tamil Nadu Home Ministry or SDM. The MEA can finally Apostille the document. so it takes 7 working days time and The time limit depends upon issued place of Documents although There are many ways to end process on a quick route. Contact Us by Phone : +91 44 4203 7273 or Email : email@example.com.
SDM - Sub Divisional Magistrate Attestation. :
The SDM works personally full form is Sub-Divisional Magistrate and so does the certification. It is a makeshift key for Apostille process of Personal and Educational Documents.
HRD-Human Resource Department :
The HRD Attestation is primarily done for Educational certificates. To legalize the certificate, it is thought to be validated or verified first by the University.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE :
The Chamber of commerce is a class of business arrangement and the first step in the verifying of commercial documents before the Apostille from MEA.
MEA-Ministry of External Affairs :
The MEA is Central Government which Authenticate the documents. The Ministry of External Affairs must legalize documents. It is a special stamp called an Apostille.
Procedures involved to get Apostille
All original documents requiring Attestation or Apostille should be first authenticated by the designated authorities of the State from where the document has been issued. The Ministry of External Affairs legalises the documents on the basis of the signature of the designated signing authorities of the State Government/Chambers of Commerce; hence it does not take responsibility of the contents of the documents. In case of personal documents, Home/General Administration Department of the concerned State Government are the designated authorities. In case of educational documents, the documents should first be authenticated by the Education Department of the concerned State Government. Commercial Documents are to be pre-authenticated by the respective Chambers of Commerce. The details of the Regional Authentication Centres (RACs) in the States from where the documents should first be authenticated are given below.As a result to outsourcing of receipt and delivery of documents for attestation/apostille with effect from July 2012, no document from individuals is accepted at the Ministry of External Affairs Counter at CPV Division, Patiala House Annexe, New Delhi.
Normal Attestation is done for all the countries who are not the member of Hague Convention and where apostille is not accepted.