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Would You Like To Get Your Documents Authenticated or Apostilled?
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Apostille of documents, degrees & transcripts
Embassy authentication of Degree only
Certificates of authentication, degrees
TEFL certificate authentication
TEFL Embassy authentication
Embassy authentication, degrees
Police clearance applications from
Police Clearance Certificate
Embassy authentication of Police
Already have a Police Clearance
Certificate authentication only
Marriage and Birth certificate applications
China Visa applications
Letter of non-impediments
SAQA Degree Verification
Power of attorney
Document authentication for all SA
citizens in any country
Translation of documents needed for specific country
What you need to know
The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents, (“the Apostille Convention”) is an international treaty drafted by the Hague Conference on Private International Law.
The Apostille Convention specifies the requirements through which a document issued in one of the signatory countries (South Africa being one of them) can be certified for legal purposes and used in all other signatory countries.
The certification is called an apostille.
The apostille does not give information on the content of the underlying document, rather it certifies the signature, capacity of the signatory and correctness of the seal or stamp on the document.
The apostille is done in Pretoria at the Department of Foreign Affairs by Documents Authentication on behalf of applicants.
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SAQA frequent questions and answers
The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) is the oversight body of the NQF and the custodian of its values and quality character.
The role of SAQA, as stipulated in the NQF Act, is to advance the objectives of the NQF, oversee the further development and implementation of the NQF, and co-ordinate the Sub-Frameworks. SAQA’s functions are set out in section 13 of the NQF Act, which, in summary, mandates SAQA to: