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Translation and legalization services

 

Translation and legalization services

Original documents issued in Armenia and legalized with Apostile will be recognized in Italy.

Armenia has joined to the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, abolishing the need to legalise foreign public documents another formality has taken its place: affixation of an apostille. This seal (Apostille) is an international method of authentication, which makes a foreign document valid in Italy.

It means that a person is not required to ask the Embassy to legalise an original document, but can request that legalisation from the domestic Authority designated by each country, and indicated for each country in the act of adhesion to the Convention, (in Armenia it is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or Ministry of Justice, it depends on the type of  document to be legalized), to have an apostille placed on the original document, whereby it is recognized as legal in Italy.

All documents submitted must be translated into Italian by an official translator. Also the translation must be legalized with the Apostille.

For your convenience, following is a list of professionals and their contact information:

Kristine Narinyan (lingue italiano e francese)
Tel +374 77 473838
Email narinyankrist@yahoo.com

Lusine Hakobyan (lingua italiano)
Tel +374 93 735770 or +374 91 473838
Email lusine.hak@gmail.com

 

In order to obtain certification of the faithfulness of the translation, the person concerned must bring the original document, duly legalized, and its translation, legalized as well,  to the Consular Office of this Embassy (on appointment by sending an email to consolare.jerevan@esteri.it).

The above acts carry fees (AMD 6.900 per page)


The Embassy will not process any certificates containing errors or certificates missing the Apostille or other required documents. Uncompleted documents will be returned to the applicant.

IMPORTANT: Prior to submitting certificates, carefully check the names, dates and places of birth. In the event of an error or inconsistency, the originals will be returned and you must request that the issuing office makes the necessary corrections

 

 


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