COVID-19 is spreading fast in Seoul. So, today I’m working from home! Take care of your health you guys. :-) Today I’ll tell you about an Apostille in Denmark. When you submit your documents that issued in Denmark to institution of Korea, maybe they require you to get an apostille(issued in Denmark) on your document.
Hmm... Aren't you curious about what the apostille is?
"Apostille” is a form of authentication issued to documents for use in countries that participate in the Hague Convention of 1961. In general, after the 'Ministry of Foreign Affairs' and 'Embassy Certification', the reliability of the national document is verified, but there is an inconvenience in terms of time and cost. To resolve this inconvenience, without consular legalization through overseas consulates among the member countries, Apostille has appeared, which recognizes documents with Apostille as legalized documents. Fortunately, Denmark is one of the members of Hague Apostille Convention
You can skip the cumbersome procedure!
* Here is one thing that you should know!
Apostille is only available in the country where your documents issued. If you are in Denmark now, you can get an apostille at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Then what should you do if you have already returned to Korea? Should you go back to Denmark again to get an apostille? No, no you don’t have to do that.
KICPC can help you easily.
If you use our service, you can get an apostille with a few clicks! KICPC provide a reliable agency service. You just visit our website and click some buttons! We can solve complicated procedures. In addition, we can save your time and costs. We are a reliable brand that certified by the state and customers. Thus, you can use our service with trust!
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