You must obtain apostille approval for all official documents, such as educational documents and diplomas, documents showing your marital status, birth certificates, marriage certificates, marriage license, power of attorney and consent, to be legally validated and valid in your country and internationally. The Apostille is a document approval system that allows the authenticity of a document to be used legally in another country. The Apostille rules were established by the Hague Convention of 6 October 1961. Apostille rules apply only to member states or States Parties to the Hague Conference.
You will be able to receive your Apostles via the system which is being build by the Ministry of Justice and the PTT. Your verified documents should be completed without any missing. Missing document would make your application invalid.
- Name of the country that issued the document,
- Name and surname of the person who signed the document,
- The title of the person signing the document,
- Which authority belongs to the stamp printed on the document,
- Place where the document is issued,
- The date the document was issued and certified.
- Authority who make commentary of Apostille,
- Apostille commentary number,
- Stamp or seal of the authority that comments the Apostille,
- Signature of the person who authorized the Apostille.
- The document translated in the translation office includes the signature of the translator. The signature of the original and the translator is certified by a notary, are brought together and sealed (at this point the notary’s signature and seal are added, and said the document would be documented as approved by the Republic of Turkey),
- Citizen physically uploads the official document to our institution or online to the E-APOSTILE SYSTEM,
- The document is registered to the E-REGISTRATION SYSTEM with Apostille approval,
- E-Apostille applications in the pool are transferred to Justice Commissions together with the request forms,
- The main document is found by the Justice Commission,
- E-Apostille is created as .pdf,
- When the commission procedures are finalized; PDF, e-signed EYP (Electronic Correspondence Package) in which the E-Apostil is combined with the electronic signature is kept in UYAP,
- If the request is rejected; rejection letter is kept in UYAP in e-signed EYP (approval / refusal information must be returned for reasons such as repayment etc.),
- Information about the finalized application is sent to the PTT’s E-APOSTILE SYSTEM,
- The EYP ID can be questioned via the EYP service service when the original document and the E-Apostil citizen want to download it or when the document needs to be reached again after a certain time or if the contents of the document have to be checked.