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Verification of Copies, Translations and Signatures

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Thanks to the bilateral Agreement of Mutual Assistance between Mongolia and Czechoslovakia, which is still in force, documents issued in Mongolia are entitled to recognition in the Czech Republic and no legalization by the Czech Embassy is required.

Certification of a True Copy

In order for a copy of a Mongolian document to be recognized by Czech institutions, a certification of a true copy executed by a Mongolian Notary Public is sufficient. If you need to certify validity of a photocopy of document in Czech language or you wish to have the certification seal in Czech, you need to visit our Embassy. The seal can be issued also in English.

Requirements:

To certify a true copy, you must:

  • submit the original document;
  • submit the copy/copies of the document (we can photocopy the document - a fee is charged); and
  • pay the administrative fee.

NOTE: We will not certify a copy of any proof of identification (such as passports, ID cards, drivers licenses etc.), bankbooks, cheques, tickets, coupons, geometric or technical designes. We will also not certify a copy of an original document that conflicts with Czech or Mongolian legislation, has modifications that could impair its credibility, or its contents may not be reliably evaluated by the Embassy.

Signature Authentication

In order for a signature to be authenticated for the use in the Czech Republic, a certification by a Mongolian Notary Public is sufficient. If you need to authenticate a signature on a document in Czech language or you wish to have the authentication seal issued in Czech, you need to visit our Embassy. The seal can be issued also in English.

Requirements:
To authenticate your signature on a document, you must:

  • appear in person at the Embassy,
  • present your identification, and
  • pay the administrative fee.

NOTE: A consular signature authentication conveys no judgement on the part of the authentication officer as to the validity or truth of an authenticated document. Despite the fact that only signature, and not the contents, is authenticated, the Embassy of the Czech Republic will not authenticate signatures on documents that conflict with Czech legislation. Also, signatures on blank pages will not be authenticated.

Certified Translations of Foreign Documents

Mongolian documents, which need to be used in the Czech Republic, must be accompanied by the corresponding translation into Czech and subsequent authentication of the translation by the Embassy, unless provided by an interpreter registered in the Czech Republic.

Requirements:

To authenticate a translation, the applicant must:

  • submit the original document
  • submit the translation (we suggest all the translations are provided on external memory disc, so we can easily make corrections and print the final version of the translation)
  • pay the administrative fee

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