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In some cases, the documents issued overseas must be legalised and translated into Spanish for them to be considered when carrying out administrative procedures.

These countries do not require any type of legalisation:

  • Members of the European Union and United Kingdom:
  • Signatories of the Agreement on the European Economic Area: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, Switzerland through a bilateral agreement with the European Union.

Require apostille but not legalisation, the countries that have signed the Hague Convention, except for countries belonging to the European Union and the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).

Require legalisation via diplomatic channels: the remaining countries.

You may find detailed information in section 5 "Formalities" of the University Admission Guides.

Below you will find the steps to follow to legalise your degree by country.

To perform the legalization and apostille process for your university documents, go to the following link:

https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/es/servicios/servicios/apostilla-legalizacion-con-validez-internacional-tad

You will find the steps you need to follow to complete the process. There is also an explanatory video about how to complete the procedure step by step.

You will need to use the option that fits the situation of your document:

In these cases, you only need to use the online procedures platform (TAD) to attach the document, just as it was issued by that Ministry (identified with the code “CE-202X-XXXXXXXXX-APN-DGDYL#MI”), which will contain (attached) the document with the original handwritten signature.

Any documents that have already been legalized by the Ministry of the Interior prior to implementation of the digital system must be attached as a single pdf file that includes all sides of the document. This is done using the option “Public document with handwritten signature”.

  • Documents issued after January 1, 2012 (this includes those issued with the digital signature of any university, for example UBA): these must be legalized by the Ministry of Education’s Office of University Management and Oversight, and they can be given an apostille or legalization with international validity / authorization directly through the TAD platform.

You can watch an explanatory tutorial at the following link: https://youtu.be/oEOGcCg3F-k

This is an online procedure and the cost is 600 Argentine pesos.

The following link can be used to verify documents legalized or apostilled by the Argentine Republic’s Ministry of Foreign Relations and Religion or Notary Associations with a date on or after April 15, 2019: https://www.argentina.gob.ar/relacionesexterioresyculto/legalizacion-internacional

To complete the process for legalizing a diploma issued by the Ministry of Education - Undergraduate Level, first go to the link https://www.gob.bo/tramite/1486 and follow the instructions found there.

You will need to use the option that fits the situation of your document:

  • Legalization of a diploma issued by the Ministry of Education - Undergraduate Level
  • Academic documents issued by institutions external to the Ministry of Education (private universities)

The legalization procedure is performed in person, at the Ministry of Education’s Public Services Window, and the cost is 200 bolivianos.

After you have completed the legalization procedure for the diploma, you need to complete the apostille procedure by visiting the link: https://apostilla.rree.gob.bo/#/solicitud

Once you have made the request there, you have up to five (5) business days to appear before the entity responsible for issuing the public document. Otherwise, the request will be automatically deleted from the Integrated Apostille System.

After the document has been signed by the issuing entity, the Chancery will send an email authorizing payment for it. You need to make payment into the Chancery’s account within thirty (30) days. Otherwise, the request will be automatically deleted from the Integrated Apostille System.

Keep in mind that the procedure for OBTAINING THE APOSTILLE IS DIGITAL, SO YOU DO NOT NEED TO VISIT THE CHANCERY’S OFFICES IN PERSON.

You can watch an explanatory tutorial at the following link: https://youtu.be/o9kEVAcRz84

The full apostille procedure is initiated in person, then completed with digital issuance of the apostille. The cost is 300 bolivianos.

Verification of apostilled documents: https://www.rree.gob.bo/VerificaApostilla/

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

First, you need to take the academic diploma to the issuing university, to obtain the authentication stamp.

You then need to perform the apostille procedure. The Brazilian apostille authority is the National Council of Justice (CNJ), which issues apostilles through the network of registries in the capital cities of the states. This makes it unnecessary to involve the consulates or chanceries of countries that have signed the Convention for legalization of documents.

Click here to locate a notary who is authorized to produce apostilles for documents in Brazil:

https://www.cnj.jus.br/poder-judiciario/relacoes-internacionais/apostila-da-haia/cartorios-autorizados/

Validation of apostilles: https://www.cnj.jus.br/poder-judiciario/relacoes-internacionais/apostila-da-haia/validacao-de-apostila/

Legalization is performed via the diplomatic process.

First, take the diploma or a copy of it to the university, and they will sign it and apply the academic institution’s embossed seal on the back. If you use a copy of the diploma, you will need to have the copy notarized by a Canadian notary public.

Next, you need to have the original diploma, or the notarized copy of it, authenticated by Global Affairs Canada, as described at the following link: https://www.international.gc.ca/global-affairs-affaires-mondiales/home-accueil.aspx?lang=eng

Finally, the authentication from Global Affairs Canada must be legalized at the Consulate General of Spain in each region.

Legalization is performed via the diplomatic process.

In China, the following procedures are required in order to legalize an original academic document:

  1. Take the academic document to a notary so that a notarial certificate can be produced.
  2. The notary’s signature must be authenticated by China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, either at the Ministry itself or at one of its Authorized Offices.
  3. Present the document to the Consulate of Spain in China, which authenticates the signature from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

At the following link, you can find information about how to legalize your academic documents through China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs: http://cs.mfa.gov.cn/zggmzhw/lsgz/

To complete the legalization and apostille process for your diploma, first go to the following link:

https://portal-certificados.mineduc.cl/certificados-portal/apostilla/consulta-certificados

This link will take you to the website of the Ministry of Education (MINEDUC), specifically the section “Online Request for Academic Diploma (Certificate) Apostille from the Ministry of Foreign Relations”.

Fill in the fields found on the page, including your national ID number (RUN), identity card number, and date of birth. Select the destination country where the diploma (certificate) with the apostille will be submitted, then click on “Search”.

These apostilles do not require any further procedures with the Ministry of Education or Ministry of Foreign Relations.

The following documents can be apostilled at the Ministry of Education (MINEDUC):

  • Diplomas (certificates) issued by the MINEDUC (online).
  • Diplomas (certificates) issued by educational institutions recognized by the MINEDUC.
  • Documents from higher education institutions recognized by the MINEDUC.
  • Documents from higher education institutions that are withdrawn (closed), but that were officially recognized by the MINEDUC.
  • Educational documents from institutions of the Chilean Armed Forces and Police.

You can watch the explanatory tutorial at the following link: https://youtu.be/VPe8F9Sl9e4

This is an online procedure, and a fee must be paid.

Verification of apostilled documents: https://consulta.apostilla.gob.cl/consulta

El proceso de legalización se realiza por vía Convenio de la Haya.

Para ello deberá ingresar a la página del Ministerio de Educación Nacional para realizar el proceso de legalización (ver manual).

https://www.legalizaciones.mineducacion.gov.co/legalizacion/

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

First, go to the website of the National Ministry of Education (MEN) to perform the legalization process (see Manual).

https://www.legalizaciones.mineducacion.gov.co/legalizacion/

At that web page, click on “Begin Procedures” , accept the terms and conditions, and begin your request. You must fill in the information as described at the following link: https://www.legalizaciones.mineducacion.gov.co/storageLegalizacion/plantillas/Manuales/ManualLegalizaciones.pdf

After this a summary will appear, which includes the registration number assigned to the procedure and the response time. You will also receive an email each time the procedure changes to a new status.

You can view the status of your procedure here:

https://www.legalizaciones.mineducacion.gov.co/legalizacion/ciudadano/busqueda.jsp

Legalization is an online procedure, and there is no cost.

Verification of legalized documents:

https://www.legalizaciones.mineducacion.gov.co/legalizacion/mis_tramite_fun.jsp

After you have completed the legalization procedure for the undergraduate diploma with the MEN, you need to complete the apostille procedure by going to the link:

https://www.cancilleria.gov.co/tramites_servicios/apostilla_legalizacion_en_linea and then clicking on:

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To register the apostille request, you need to select the option “Electronic documents with digital signature” and then “National Ministry of Education”. Then select the destination country and enter the reference number from the certificate issued by the MEN.

Obtaining the apostille is an online procedure, and the cost is 31,000 Colombian pesos.

Verification of apostilled documents:

https://tramites.cancilleria.gov.co/apostillalegalizacion/consulta/documento.aspx

Public universities

You need to present the diploma, with the signature of the appropriate vice‑rector’s office, to the Ministry of Foreign Relations, Department of Authentications. Once the procedure has been initiated, you will be given a receipt document that indicates the date and time of delivery for the documents.

Finally, you must make a photocopy of both sides of the diploma and the apostille, and have this copy authenticated by a notary.

Private universities

You need to present the diploma, with the signature of an appropriate official from the Ministry of Public Education (MEP), to the Ministry of Foreign Relations, Department of Authentications.

Once the procedure has been initiated, you will be given a receipt document that indicates the date and time for delivery of the documents. If your documents are approved by the National Council of Private University Higher Education (CONESUP), you will have to perform the process with the Ministry of Public Education, and you must use the appropriate link to request your appointment in advance.

For more information, see the following links:

For information: https://www.rree.go.cr/?sec=servicios&cat=autenticaciones

To request an appointment in advance and perform the apostille procedure:

https://www.rree.go.cr/index.php?sec=servicios&cat=autenticaciones&cont=734

To view information about the appointment:

https://www.rree.go.cr/index.php?sec=servicios&cat=autenticaciones&cont=740

Legalization is performed via the diplomatic process.

For this procedure, you need to go to the Cuban Ministry of Education with your original diploma, so that it can be stamped on the back.

You must then go to the Ministry of Foreign Relations to request legalization.

Next, you need to go to the Embassy or Consulate of Spain in Cuba, so that they can apply a third stamp, which validates the legalization in Spain.

Finally, you need to obtain a photocopy of both sides of the original diploma, with the stamps from the previous steps visible on it, then request authentication of that copy at a notary office, or at the Consulate of Spain, or at any of our offices by presenting the original diploma.

For more information, see the following links:

https://www.cubatramite.com/legalizacion-de-documentos-en-cuba-para-uso-en-el-exterior/ https://tramites.mined.gob.cu/

You can use the following link to view the status of the legalization procedure: http://legalizaciones.minrex.gob.cu/?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1

To perform the legalization process, you need to take your original university diploma to any Public Services Point (PAC) of the Secretariat of Higher Education, Science and Technology (SENESCYT), where they will apply the legalization stamp on the back of your diploma. You can use the following link to find the locations of the SENESCYT’s PACs: https://siau.senescyt.gob.ec/canales-de-informacion/

Legalization is a procedure performed in person, and there is no cost.

After the university diploma has been legalized by the SENESCYT, you need to complete the apostille procedure with the Ministry of Foreign Relations and Human Mobility (MREMH).

If you are in the city of Quito, you can get an apostille for your university diploma at the Government Financial Services Window – North, at the intersection of Calle Amazonas and Calle Pereira. You will be given a number when you arrive, and you will then wait for your turn to be called (you do not need to make an appointment in advance).

However, if you want to perform the procedure in the southern part of Quito, or at the regional offices located in Tulcán, Esmeraldas, Ibarra, Manta, Azogues, Machala, or Guayaquil, you will need to make an appointment in advance. You can request an appointment at: https://www.cancilleria.gob.ec/2020/06/18/sistema-de-citas/

If you want to perform the procedure at the regional office in Ambato: request the service directly at regional coordination office 3 (CZ3) at the intersection of Calle Sucre and Calle Guayaquil, on the 5th floor of the former judiciary building.

*Payments for the apostille service must be made by following the instructions from each Regional Office, after each document has been physically inspected and validated.

The apostille procedure is performed in person, and it has a cost of 35 U.S. dollars.

Verification of apostilled documents: MREMH (cancilleria.gob.ec) (using the Microsoft Edge web browser is recommended).

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

First, you need to submit an online request for registration and authentication, at this link (copy the request and management number): https://rree.gob.sv/servicios/autenticas-apostillas/

You can view the instructions at the following link: https://rree.gob.sv/autenticas-y-apostillas/

You can use the following link to make an appointment in advance: https://portalcitas.rree.gob.sv/#/sessions/signin

Next, you need to present the documentation required for this procedure at the Ministry of Education (MINED) (original diploma – request for registration and authentication). You will be given a password, along with the date when the documents can be picked up.

You then need to take the original diploma and the certificate of registration of authenticity to the Ministry of Foreign Relations, to request the apostille.

Finally, make a photocopy of the diploma, the certificate of authenticity, and the apostille, and have that copy authenticated at a notary office.

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

You can find information about the authorities with competence to apostille your academic documents using the following links for the Hague Conference on Private International Law: https://www.hcch.net/en/states/authorities/details3/?aid=353

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

First, you must present the diploma at the office of the university’s secretary. They will put a stamp on the back of it.

Next, you need to purchase a tax stamp, which you can do at bookshops, authorized stores, or at the entrance to the Department of Authentications at the Ministry of Foreign Relations.

Next, request the apostille by taking the stamped diploma and tax stamp to the Ministry of Foreign Relations.

Finally, make a photocopy of both sides of the diploma and the apostille, and have this copy authenticated by a notary.

You can find information about this process at the following link:

https://minex.gob.gt/Visor_Pagina.aspx?PaginaID=43

This link has information about the legalization of documents:

https://aprende.guatemala.com/tramites/documentos-legales/apostillar-el-titulo-universitario-en-guatemala/

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

First, take your original diploma to the Autonomous University of Honduras. Ask them to legalize the diploma, which they will do by applying a stamp on the back of it.

Next, go to the “Authentications and Apostilles Section” for authentication or an apostille.

After making the payment, present the payment receipt and the original diploma at the “Authentications and Apostilles Section”, along with the form entitled Request for Authentication and Apostilles from the Secretariat of Foreign Relations: https://honduras.eregulations.org/media/SOLICITUD%20DE%20AUTENTICAS%20Y%20APOSTILLAS%20DE%20LA%20SECRETARIA%20DE%20RELACIONES%20EXTERIORES.pdf.

Finally, make a photocopy of both sides of the diploma and the apostille, and have this copy authenticated by a notary.

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

At the following link you can find information about how to get an apostille for your academic documents through Morocco’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates: https://www.consulat.ma/en/apostille

You can also visit the National Legalization Portal using the following link, to obtain more information about the steps to follow: http://www.apostille.ma/fr/index.aspx

Preliminary procedures to obtain an apostille:

Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM). Documents such as curricula and diplomas (certificates) must first be certified. Ask for information at the university’s office of the General Secretary, which you can find by consulting the UAM Directory.

National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Curricula must first be certified by C.P. Agustín Mercado in the Office of Document Certification and Control (tel: 56162398 ext. 25509). For more information, consult the UNAM Directory.

National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). Any documents that do not bear the signature of the Secretary of Public Education must be authenticated by the Legal Affairs Unit of the Secretariat of Public Education. For more information, phone 36011000 ext. 62555 or 62547.

Private universities affiliated with the Secretariat of Public Education. Documents must first be presented for authentication of signatures, at the Secretariat of Public Education’s General Office of Accreditation, Incorporation and Revalidation (DGAIR). For more information, phone 36011000.

Private universities affiliated with the National Autonomous University of Mexico. For authentication of documents, a request must be made at the General Office of Incorporation and Revalidation of Studies, Sub-Office of Certifications (for more information, phone 56226035 or 56226029).

Autonomous University of Chapingo. Documents from this institution do not require any preliminary procedures, so they can be submitted directly at this Office.

Technological Universities and other Federal Educational Institutions. Diplomas and certificates must be authenticated by the Legal Affairs and Transparency Unit of the Secretariat of Public Education. For more information, phone 36011000 ext. 65441 or 65442.

Requirements for apostilles

  1. The original of a national public document, which must have the name, handwritten signature, and position of the Federal Public Official. It is important to mention that in order for the procedure to be performed, the signature must be included in the Register of Signatures of Public Officials and it must comply with the Agreement on General Guidelines for the Procedure for Document Apostilles and Signature Legalization.
  2. Payment of fees for the documents.

To pay the fee at a bank window, first fill in the fee payment assistance slip.

Payment can be made at any bank, although it is recommended that you should avoid paying fees at Banamex, Banorte, or HSBC, because sometimes the payment receipts they issue are illegible.

Make just one payment for the total number of documents being apostilled.

  1. Valid official identification.

Voting card (INE or IFE) / valid passport / federal professional card / military card.

The following link has information from the government about apostilles:

https://www.sep.gob.mx/wb/sep1/legalizacion

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

First, take the original diploma to the National Council of Universities (CNU): https://www.cnu.edu.ni/guia-para-la-certificacion-de-documentos-academicos-en-el-cnu/. Request the stamp and signature from that entity (the stamp and signature certify that the diploma and university are valid in Nicaragua).

Next, go to the Ministry of Foreign Relations to request the apostille.

Make a photocopy of both sides of the diploma, and take this along with the original to a notary to have the copy authenticated.

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

First, you need to have the signature of the General Secretary on the diploma verified.

Go to the website of the Ministry of Foreign Relations.

https://mire.gob.pa/ministerio/lineamientos/

To request the apostille, follow the steps indicated at the following links: https://mire.gob.pa/ministerio/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Gu--a-de-Usuario-Solicitud-de-Apostilla-1.pdf

https://mire.gob.pa/ministerio/autenticaciones-y-legalizaciones/

https://sigob.mire.gob.pa/registrocorrespondencia/

Upload scanned versions of the documents to be apostilled. You will receive an email confirming initiation of the procedure, and then another one with the date of the appointment and amounts to be paid.

Make the payment at the authorized bank.

Take the documents to the Department of Authentications and Legalizations.

Finally, make a photocopy of both sides of the diploma and the apostille, and have this copy authenticated by a notary.

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

First, present the diploma at the office of the General Secretary of the Ministry of Education and Culture, to request its legalization.

Next, go to the legalizations section at the Ministry of Education and Culture to request its legalization.

Then go to the Ministry of Foreign Relations to request the apostille.

Make a photocopy of both sides of the diploma and the apostille, and have this copy authenticated by a notary public.

https://www.mre.gov.py/index.php/tramites/la-apostilla#:~:text=La%20Apostilla%20es%20la%20certificaci%C3%B3n%20mediante%20la%20cual,tendr%C3%A1%20validez%20en%20el%20pa%C3%ADs%20donde%20ser%C3%A1%20presentado

To perform the legalization process with the National Superintendency of University Higher Education (SUNEDU), go to the link: https://enlinea.sunedu.gob.pe/ and select the option “Evidence of Information Verification for Authorities”.

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Once there, click on the tab “Application”, enter the information for the university that issued your diploma, and verify registration of the General Secretary, or that person’s representative (if you do not find the General Secretary on the list, you can send an email to consultas@sunedu.Gob.pe).

After filling in the information about the requestor, select the file with the academic document (in pdf format). Remember that it must be scanned in color. You will then receive an email with a response to your request.

Legalization is an online procedure, and there is no cost.

After you have performed the legalization procedure, you can use the Evidence from SUNEDU to perform the procedure for the apostille with the Ministry of Foreign Relations, using the following link: http://portal.rree.gob.pe/sitepages/certificacion.aspx

Obtaining the apostille is an online procedure, and there is no cost.

Verification of apostilled documents: https://apostillaconsulta.rree.gob.pe/consulta/

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

First, take the university diploma to the Puerto Rican Council of Education (CEPR). They will generate a certification.

Next, to obtain the apostille go to any of the following entities:

  • Sub-Secretariat of State;
  • Sub-Secretariat of State for Foreign Relations;
  • Head of the Certifications Office;
  • Director of the Protocol Office;
  • Sub-Secretariat of State for International Affairs, Head of the Certification Office.

Make a photocopy of the documents described above, and request authentication of that copy at a notary office.

For more information, see the following links:

https://www.estado.pr.gov/es/certificacion-documentos-y-radicacion-de-reglamentos/

https://estado.pr.gov/es/certificacion-documentos-y-radicacion-de-reglamentos/#4

https://www.hcch.net/es/states/authorities/details3/?aid=353

The legalization process is performed in compliance with the Hague Convention.

Online

Legalization of Academic Documents. Go to the online portal of the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology: http://mescyt.gob.do/. Click on the Services tab, then select “Legalization of Academic Documents”. Once you are in that section, find the link for URL TO PERFORM THE SERVICE and click on that link.

Once inside, enter the information corresponding to:

Identity document, email address.

Legalization of Academic Documents:

At the link: http://legalizaciones.mescyt.gob.do/

Enter the identity document and email address, then click Enter.

Office of Document Legalization

Procedure to obtain the service:

Go directly to the online services portal of the Dominican Republic’s Ministry of Foreign Relations (MIREX), using the following link: https://servicios.mirex.gob.do/. You can also gain access by clicking on Online Apostille in the Services section at the Ministry of Foreign Relations website.

You must begin an online request process for the Apostille-Legalization service, using the module Request Apostille-Legalization of Documents. This is done by filling in the electronic form with the corresponding information, in accordance with Step 1 on verification of contact details, and Step 2 Documents to be Apostilled | Legalize.

Wait to receive an approval or rejection response for your request, which will be sent to the email address you entered in the previous step.

If your request is approved, make the payment. If it is rejected, apply the comments or recommendations given by the officials from MIREX services, until you are able to obtain the requested service.

Legalization of Diplomas and Student Document signed by National Authorities

How is this done?

Online, using the link: https://www.gub.uy/tramites/legalizacion-titulos-documentos-estudiantiles-firmados-autoridades-nacionales

Make an appointment by clicking on the button “Begin online procedure” and using the calendar you will find there.

On the date you selected, take the requested documentation to the location indicated.

Important: once you have selected a date and time, the appointment must be confirmed. The appointment will only be confirmed if you click on the “Finalize” button and accept the terms and conditions.

In-person

  1. You must go to the location indicated, on the date and time of your previously scheduled appointment.
  2. Present the original documentation in person, or this can be done by a third party.
  3. They will issue the legalization record.

You need to present:

The original document, issued by the appropriate body, with no alterations or damage and with the signature of the competent registered authority.

In the case of the legalization of documents from a foreign country, you must present the original document issued by the appropriate body, with no alterations or damage, with the approval from the Uruguayan consulate in the country where the document was issued.

Where and when is the procedure performed?

In person, with an appointment in advance:

Only in Montevideo.

Address: Cuareim 1384, ground floor (between Avenida 18 de Julio and Colonia).

Telephone: 2902 1010 ext. 76291 / 76271 · E-mail for questions: cac@mrree.gub.uy

Service hours: Monday to Friday from 10 am to 3 pm, with an appointment made in advance online.

Apostille

Procedure for public documents to be used in another country where the apostille is required.

Request an apostille for the document at the Ministry of Foreign Relations (MRREE).

The procedure is completed by obtaining the Hague Apostille, using the following link to make an appointment: https://www.gub.uy/tramites/legalizacion-titulos-documentos-estudiantiles-firmados-autoridades-nacionales

Go to the Ministry of Foreign Relations, and at the window, physically present the documents that you uploaded at the website for obtaining the apostille, along with the request code you received. They will issue the apostille there.

Finally, make a photocopy of both sides of the diploma and the apostille, and have this copy authenticated by a notary.

To perform the legalization and apostille process for your university documents, you must use the links found below, where you must upload a copy of your tax ID document (RIF), identify card (CI), or passport (remember that your registration and login are based on the end of your identification number). After this you must perform the respective registration and follow each of the steps seen in the explanatory graphic, which you will find on the same web page. You can also view the instructions at the platform, which can be found in the upper right part, where there are links for Home, View, Instructions.

Managing university procedures

For international legalization or apostilles for your university documents, you first need to have a valid username in the Electronic Legalization and Apostille System (SLAE), from the previous step. After logging in, go to the Documents module and register each document, by following these steps:

Verify that the document has the Electronic Signature Hash. This is found in the upper left part and contains the full name of the delegated signatory, the signature date for the document, and the location.

Select the Category: Education and the Subcategory: University Education.

Attach or enter the Certification Number or twenty-two (22) character code that you will find in the upper right part, under the bar code.

Select the type of document you want to register. This category contains 33 different documents, so verify that the appropriate type has been selected.

Select the issuance date for the Electronic Certification of Authority Signature.

Select the signatory (the official who signed the Electronic Certification of Authority Signature).

Verify that the information provided is correct.

At the time of your appointment, it will be verified that all information for the documents corresponds with the information indicated when they were registered. If the information does not coincide, the documents will be rejected. To correct the information, you must delete the document and register it again.

For legalization through the consulates: https://mppre.gob.ve/consulares/

Legalization system: http://legalizacionve.mppre.gob.ve/cal/static/legalizacionve/index.html?idkey=43&key=68c59752f0692d015707c4bf20b3a7c9a19f1b7c&key2=legalizacionve.mppre.gob.ve&key3=f0692d01