The Apostille of The Hague is a notarial type of certification, which has been agreed to by all the countries that signed the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.
To summarise, the Apostille of The Hague was created as a mechanism with which it is possible to avoid the need to legalise several types of fereign public documents in the Hague Apostille Member Countries.
For more information (including updated lists of designated Competent Authorities in each country), please visit the official website of the Hague Conference on Private International Law.
In Austria, the Apostille is issued by:
For information on where to legalise a document with the Apostille of the Hague in Austria (for procedures with the Embassy), you may refer to the website of the The Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs. (In German)
In Hungary, the Apostille is issued by:
For information on where to find a Notary in Hungary, please refer to the oficial website of the "Hungarian Chamber of Civil Law Notaries" (information in Hungarian, English, German,
In Croatia, the Apostille is issued by:
For further information, please refer to the oficial website of the Ministry of European and Freign Affairs (information in Croatian and English)
In Slovakia, the Apostille is issued by:
Please refer to the website of the Ministry under whose jurisdiction the document was issued.
Bolivian or foreign citizens that require an Apostille for a document issued in Bolivia must start their process on the on-line portal for the digital Apostille.
For any questions or more information please refer to:
Toll-Free (within Bolivia): 800-10-6700
E-Mail: email@example.com or at the Consulate in Vienna: firstname.lastname@example.org