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Canadian Document Authentication & Legalization

Authentication & Legalization Made Easy

Our simple process ensures you get what you need at the best price.

STEP 1

Get Started

Simply call us at 1-613-236-9975 or click here to send us an email to set up a consultation.

STEP 2

Discuss

We listen to your requirements and provide guidance. Then, we discuss the process, fee structure, and timeline.

STEP 3

Prepare

We help you prepare your documents and send them to our processing office in Ottawa.

STEP 4

Process

We begin processing and provide updates at every step until the completed documents are in your hands.

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Some Documents We Process

  • Adoption Papers
  • Birth Certificates
  • Banking Documents
  • Business Documents
  • Canada Revenue Agency Documents
  • Canadian Food Inspection Agency Documents
  • Canadian Court Documents
  • Certificate of Free Sale
  • Change of Name Certificates
  • Criminal Record Checks
  • Death Certificate
  • Educational Documents
  • Export Documents
  • Fingerprint Certificates
  • Government Issued Documents
  • Marriage Search Documents
  • Medical Documents
  • Statutory Declarations
  • Statement in Lieu of Certificate of Non-Impediment of Marriage
  • Vital Statistics Certificates

We were very happy with the service we received at Capital Authentication. We were applying for visas to Kazakhstan, which ended up being a fairly lengthy and Involved procedure. We had to authenticate and legalize papers, and send papers to Kazakhstan, and then apply for the visas. Capital Authentication helped us through the whole process and were very helpful. We have nothing but good things to say about them. Michael went the extra mile in making sure we got everything done correctly and quickly.

– Kent and Iris

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