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Apostille

Effective May 14, 2019, the Republic of the Philippines joined the Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents (1961 Hague Convention).

Philippine documents certified with an apostille are entitled to recognition in the Czech Republic and no further authentication by Czech Embassy is required.

For certification of your document (apostille) contact:

Authentication Division

Office of Consular Affairs

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

2330 Roxas Blvd., Pasay City, Metro Manila

Trunkline: + 632 834 4000

Consular Information: + 632 834 4269

For further information on authentication services at the DFA Manila.

 

The Czech Embassy Manila also authenticates / superlegalizes public documents coming from the Republic of Palau, the Republic of Nauru, and the Federated States of Micronesia that are to be used and submitted in the Czech Republic.

Public documents coming from the Republic of Marshall Islands to be used and submitted in the Czech Republic do not require superlegalization. Public documents from RMI can be used in the Czech Republic after receiving apostille from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Marshall Islands.

Similar steps will be taken for Czech public documents to be used and submitted in the Philippines. After receiving Apostille from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, no further authentication by the Philippine Embassy in Prague is required.

Note:

The information described herein is specific to the authentication process for Philippine and Czech public documents to be submitted in the Czech Republic and the Philippines, respectively. Superlegalization or apostille may not be required for public documents coming from other states. Further information can be viewed on www.mzv.cz or you may inquire with the state’s respective Embassy.

 

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