Depending on the type of qualification and destination country where the qualification will be presented there can be many special requirements for authenticating and legalising educational documents.
DIRCO, Umalus, SAQA, Department of Basic Education and most embassy or consulate sets its own unique requirements for the legalisation of educational documents.
Some diplomatic missions do not accept notarized copies of educational documents. In other cases, the diplomatic mission requires a notarised copy along with the original.
You may be required to have official transcripts sent directly to the embassy or consulate. These requirements can vary depending on the type of educational document in question (i.e. University degree, transcripts, certificates, diplomas) or the rules of the destination country.
We keep track of the ever-changing requirements of over 100 diplomatic missions across South-Africa. Contact one of our experts to determine how to prepare your educational documents. Call us at 0870010733 or send us an online enquiry.