What is notary service?
A notary can authenticate or legalize any document. If necessary, notaries can also provide legalization or apostille. When you have documents that need to be used abroad, you usually need the service of a notary. The signature and seal of the notary will verify with the authorities of the country that the relevant inspection has been carried out.
Whether a notary is required depends on the requirements of the country where the document is used. For example, if you want to buy a property abroad, you usually need to give your overseas lawyer the power to deal with the purchase. This can be done by a power of attorney that you sign in front of a notary. The notary will confirm your name and identity, sign and seal the document.
Why do we need to notarize documents
If you want to travel, visit relatives, work, study abroad and get married in other countries, you need to notarize and authenticate the documents. Because the documents are foreign documents, according to international practice, they are used in third countries. In order to ensure their legitimacy and effectiveness, they need to be notarized and authenticated, so as to obtain the recognition of other countries.
What services do we have
There are offices in many Oceania countries, with up to 64 kinds of documents, including personal / company documents, which are accepted by international professional lawyers. They only need to provide scanned copies. Notarization, Hague certification and consular certification can be handled in one-stop manner without returning home, as fast as 10 days