Korea Embassy Attestation

What is Embassy Attestation?

In order for a document issued in one country to be accepted in another country, it needs a legalization for overseas use. In general, the credibility of national documents is verified by obtaining "Embassy Authentication" after "Ministry of Foreign Affairs Certification (Consular Legalization)". Embassy authentication after Ministry of Foreign Affairs Certification should be processed in order for a document in non-member country of Apostille to be accepted.

Embassy Attestation Issuance Process

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    Ministry of Foreign Affairs Certification & Embassy Authentication
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Requirements for Embassy Attestation

  • Individual : Copy of ID (Resident card or passport), original document (or notarized document)
  • Corporate : Copy of BRN, copy of representative ID, original document (or notarized document)

Documents category for Embassy Attestation

  • The types of documents issued for Embassy Attestation vary from country to country. Generally, there are documents issued by government agencies (family certificates, marriage certificates, national school records, etc.) and company or individual documents (company issuing documents, power of attorney for real estate sales, other individual documents etc.)

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