Capital Authentication: Your Trusted Partner > Embassy Information for Document Processing > How to Process Documents at the Vietnam Embassy or Consulate

How to Process Documents at the Vietnam Embassy or Consulate

The staff at Capital Authentication assists clients with the Authentication and Legalization of Canadian documents for use in Vietnam. The Canadian authentication and legalization process is also known as Attestation or Apostille. Our clients typically are individuals who are required to validate certain Canadian documents. We also routinely assist individuals with processing of their RCMP Criminal Records Check as well as other personal Canadian documents such as Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Court Documents, Medical Documents, Pension Documents and Banking Documents. From a corporate standpoint, we regularly assist corporations and lawyers with processing their required corporate documents.

As an expert in the Canadian document authentication and legalization field, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss your unique situation. During our discussion, we will review your material and ensure that it is accurate. We will confirm that the documents meet Global Affairs Canada’s requirements and the diplomatic mission of Vietnam. At the same time, we will also provide you with an expected timeline from start to finish while supplying you with a fully itemized quote. Our approach remains unique within the industry, and we employ what we refer to as The Completion Time Method when authenticating and legalizing Canadian documents for use abroad. We would welcome the opportunity to work with you.

Vietnam Flag

The Embassy of Vietnam

55 MacKay Street,
Ottawa, Ontario
K1M 2B2

Tel: 613-236-0772 ext. 2

Fax: 613-236-2704

Common Document Legalization Questions

Our expert staff would welcome the opportunity to assist you with the Apostille of your Canadian documents at the Embassy of Vietnam. In Canada, the apostille process is more routinely referred to as authentication and legalization. We typically process personal and corporate documents and work with individuals, companies and law firms. We will advise you of the requirements and provide you with a realistic timeline to apostille your documents at the Embassy of Vietnam. At the same time, we will provide you with a fully itemized quote.

Many of our clients use joint language documents such as a Power of Attorney. There are some additional steps that may need to be taken before a joint language Power of Attorney can be authenticated by Global Affairs and legalized by the Embassy of Vietnam. For example, was the notary fluent in both languages? If not, the document will need to be translated by a certified translator and notarized.

As an expert in the authentication and legalization process, our staff can guide you through the requirements so that your documents are processed correctly the first time.

There are a number of factors that have an impact upon the overall cost of having documents legalized at the Embassy of Vietnam. For instance, the number of documents that you have, whether we can make an appointment to physically attend at the Embassy of Vietnam or if return couriers are required. The legalization fee is currently in US funds and as a result the exchange rate needs to be taken into consideration. Also, the preferred method of payment is by way of a money order. Lastly, our office charges a fee to manage the overall authentication and legalization process.

It is recommended that you reach out to one of our expert staff who specializes in the Canadian apostille process as it relates to the Embassy of Vietnam. We would be happy to discuss the authentication and legalization process. We would be more than happy to guide you through the requirements. At the same time, we would also be happy to provide you with an itemized breakdown of the anticipated fees.

Considering the continued impact surrounding Covid-19, the Embassy of Vietnam has suspended in person submissions. This Embassy requires documents to be couriered to and from their office. The Embassy of Vietnam remains efficient with the legalization of documents. The Embassy is taking approximately five business days to complete legalizations.

We would be happy to discuss your unique situation while providing you with an accurate timeline as well as all of the anticipated costs.

There are many instances when it is more convenient for a client to have documents sent directly to our office as opposed to their receiving them first.  For example, government issued documents such as birth certificates can be sent directly to us.  We can receive them and start compiling a client dossier with the authentication and legalization component to commence once we have all of the documents.

Get Started

If you have questions or want to receive a custom quote for document authentication and legalization or other services, use our contact form below to get started.

  • To be able to serve you best, please be as descriptive as possible. We take great care to ensure we provide you accurate information as quickly as possible.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.