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Australian Attestation Services (AAS) is an Australian based company that specialises in nation-wide expedited legalisation of public documents for international use.
We simplify and streamline your document notarisation, verification and authentication process and we are able to attest your documents at drastically lower costs than usual.
Have your Australian documents attested for use in any country, for as little as
You start the attestation process by registering your details, with either a new or existing account.
Now insert details, including the country for which you seek to attest your documents – and select your certificate type.
We notarise the documents. There are 3 kinds of notarisation types to choose from. Choose. Choose from the following:
Upload your all your documents, including a consent form if you are providing us with an education document.
We can review and prepare your documents in Australia by mail or in person. It's important that you prepare your documents and complete the request form accurately. We don't accept incomplete requests. Select method you’ll use to provide us with your documents and then select the type of shipping you need for the return of your documents.
Review your selection, input your payment details, and proceed with payment!
You can submit your documents and forms with us at any time. Upload all your documents, including a consent form if you are providing us with an education document.
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Attestations don’t have to be hard!
Attestation is where an Australian document is legalised and recognised to be used overseas. This process is carried out for countries that are not a party to the Hague Convention. The document/s must first be notarised by an Australian public notary, authenticated by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and subsequently attested by the relevant Embassy/Consulate within Australia.
Apostille is where an Australian document is legalised and recognised to be used overseas for countries that are a party to the Hague Convention. The document/s must first be notarised by an Australian public notary, and are then Apostilled by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Documents which are apostilled for use in these countries do not generally require any further legalisation from individual embassies or consulates. Once a document is apostilled it is able to be used in any Hague convention country.
Cost can vary depending on the country for which you require your documents legalised.
Applying for an apostille can take as little as 3 days. However, applying to have your documents attested by the relevant Embassy/Consulate usually takes between 8-10 working days from receipt of the original documents (and academic verification for the attestation of university degrees).
Any issues or questions?
Our specialist team appreciates the unique and complex aspects of each legal issue involved in attestation and notarisation.
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