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How to get documents Apostilled in Indonesia

Discussion in 'Business Law, Civil Law and Legal Documents' started by William King, Apr 9, 2018.

  1. William King

    William King Well-Known Member Charter Member Cager

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    Indonesia is not party to the Hague Convention which covers the Apostille. So it would have to be the legalization route.
     
  3. William King

    William King Well-Known Member Charter Member Cager

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    Yes, but how please?
     
  4. Wisnu

    Wisnu Active Member Charter Member

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    15 years ago our documents need to be apostiled.
    The doc was translated to English by sworn translator and legalized by public attorney. Then we sent the doc to my company HR in Holland. They did the rest process.
     
  5. William King

    William King Well-Known Member Charter Member Cager

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    Ok. thanks.
     
  6. centurion

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    The original Indonesian document will be legalized first by the Ministry of Law, after that will be legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and at the end by your embassy in Jakarta.
    The procedure differs in details in case if you need a sworn translation, some embassies require legalization of the translation as well and other accept translations from their list of translators without legalization.
     
  7. William King

    William King Well-Known Member Charter Member Cager

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    For an Indonesian.

    So legalized first by the Ministry of Law then ?
     
  8. William King

    William King Well-Known Member Charter Member Cager

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    I think we need to go to a Notary first? But has to be a certain one?
     
  9. centurion

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    If you have an official original document it is usually legalized first by the Ministry of Law. No notaries are included.
     
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