Certificates: Legalisation, Notarization and more

Unterschriftsbeglaubigung

Authentication/certification of signatures

The certification of the signature is the "simpler" form of a notarization (as opposed to the full notarization of a document). By certifying the signature the consular officer confirms that the person indicated in the document signed it in front of him. Read more...

Richter mit Gesetzbuch

Full notarization of a document

The full notarization is the "stronger" form to set up an official document. While notarizing a deed, the consular officer will provide advice to the person signing about the legal meaning and consequences of the declaration to be notarized. The notarization can not be done ad hoc, but only after arranging an appointment prior to the notarization. Read more...

Siegel

Legalization of foreign documents

Foreign documents or certificates are often only recognized by the authorities of a state if their authenticity and evidentiary value has been determined by a special procedure. A range of internationally accepted procedures has been developed for this purpose. Read more...

Übersetzung

Translation of documents

If you need a translation for a Singaporean or German document, please refer to one of the acknowledged translators. Read more...

Kopie

Certification of photocopies

The certification of photocopies is done on the spot during visiting hours. Read more...