The apostille form of certification documents in accordance with the provisions
The Hague Convention of 5 October 1961
The Convention was adopted in the framework of the Hague conference on
private international law permanent international
organizations involved in the unification of international law.
This Convention should be distinguished from other measures in the framework
the same conference which accordingly are also referred to as
Only 35 of the Hague conventions since 1955 and 5
October 1961, they were accepted three. We are interested in
officially called the Convention abolishing the requirement
of legalisation for foreign public documents. Her name
does not mean that the documents do not need to assure. Canceled
that is understood as a legalization of the consular or diplomatic
certification and instead introduced a new procedure for assurances more
simple and unified.
The procedure prescribed by the Convention is that
in the country of origin of the document attached is the special
a certificate or a stamp called Apostille.
At the top of the certificate necessarily has the inscription on
French APOSTILLE Convention de la Haye du
5 octobre 1961. The documents certified this way
be accepted without further certification but may need
translations in all other countries parties to the Convention.
Currently, more than 70 countries are members
Of the Hague Convention. Russia party.
The status of the Hague Convenciones
participants in alphabetical order Russian language
The text of the Hague konvensiyonel
abolishing the requirement of legalisation for foreign public
documents the Hague, 5 October 1961.
the website of the Hague