Attestation Requirements: (a) Document to be attested in original with one photocopy. (b) Valid passport supported by valid visa or any other immigration document with a photocopy. (c) C$32.00 if documents relate to property matters and C$ 80.00 for commercial documents: additional fee of C$ 5.00 would be charged if document contains more than one page and need to be clipped. (d) The document be got Notarised from a Notary Public and submitted for attestation or applicant to come in person and sign in the presence of consular officer.Time taken: Documents are attested and returned the same day.
Mail-in applications : 5 working days after receipt. Return pre-paid envelope must be sent for return of the documents.
In the case of attestation for Canadians Nationals
The documents should be notarised by an authorised Notary Public before these are brought to the Consulate for attestation.
For attestation of Will/ Adoption documents, the signature of Notary Public is required to be authenticated by Deputy Attorney General/Deputy Provincial Secretary of the province concerned.
For attestation of Birth/Death/Marriage/Divorce/Educational Certificates, these are required to be authenticated by Deputy Attorney General/Deputy Provincial Secretary of the province concerned.
For attestation of commercial documents, the signature of Notary Public are required to be authenticated by Deputy Attorney General/ Deputy Provincial Secretary of the Province concerned.
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011