Hague Apostille

It is a certificate issued pursuant to the Hague Convention, of October 05, 1961 (International Treaty that aims to simplify the process of authentication of documents to be used among the 112 signatory countries, which Brazil is a part of), which authenticates the origin of Public Documents, ensuring that it belongs to its holder, was issued by an official authority and is valid in the country of destination.

It is worth mentioning that, the document can only be made an Apostille in the country where it was generated, if this country is part of the Treaty.