Birth Certificate Apostille for Italy

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Birth Certificate Apostille for Italy

Postby ariaangelina » 12 Mar 2011, 05:47

So I'm going through the Consulate of Italy, they told me I had to get several birth certificate apostilles, mainly my father, grandfather etc. I also had to get them certify translated and get those apostille as well. I looked around as I don't have time to do this... I found Apostille Pros www.apostillepros.com
They had all the birth certificates apostille and certify translated and had those translations apostilled, so all the paperwork were accepted. The whole process was rather easy.

The only part that bugged me was the consulate part. It was rather busy. Glad I got this part done. I can't wait to get to Italy for some much needed vacation as well as take care of business.
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Re: Birth Certificate Apostille for Italy

Postby mler » 12 Mar 2011, 13:26

Getting an apostille for a document is the easiest part of the process. All you need is a brief letter, a check and the address. The apostilles are getting more costly, so it seems a shame to use a service for something so easily done on your own.

However, their translating service may be worth checking to compare costs.
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Re: Birth Certificate Apostille for Italy

Postby ariaangelina » 23 Mar 2011, 22:14

Everything was done correctly and translation was cheaper than other places. They had a guy that translated documents for the consulate, so I knew my documents would be accepted.


ariaangelina wrote:So I'm going through the Consulate of Italy, they told me I had to get several birth certificate apostilles, mainly my father, grandfather etc. I also had to get them certify translated and get those apostille as well. I looked around as I don't have time to do this... I found Apostille Pros www.apostillepros.com
They had all the birth certificates apostille and certify translated and had those translations apostilled, so all the paperwork were accepted. The whole process was rather easy.

The only part that bugged me was the consulate part. It was rather busy. Glad I got this part done. I can't wait to get to Italy for some much needed vacation as well as take care of business.
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Re: Birth Certificate Apostille for Italy

Postby kerrycia » 08 May 2012, 00:48

I'm using them because their translator is registered with the consulate. I'll let you know how it goes.
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Re: Birth Certificate Apostille for Italy

Postby marksman23 » 17 May 2012, 00:22

Definitely, some are better than others. Lots of the cheaper ones make typos and errors. Go with one that is registered with the consulate.

ariaangelina wrote:Everything was done correctly and translation was cheaper than other places. They had a guy that translated documents for the consulate, so I knew my documents would be accepted.


ariaangelina wrote:So I'm going through the Consulate of Italy, they told me I had to get several birth certificate apostilles, mainly my father, grandfather etc. I also had to get them certify translated and get those apostille as well. I looked around as I don't have time to do this... I found Apostille Pros http://www.apostillepros.com
They had all the birth certificates apostille and certify translated and had those translations apostilled, so all the paperwork were accepted. The whole process was rather easy.

The only part that bugged me was the consulate part. It was rather busy. Glad I got this part done. I can't wait to get to Italy for some much needed vacation as well as take care of business.
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Re: Birth Certificate Apostille for Italy

Postby mainey » 09 Jun 2012, 09:09

I used them weeks ago and everything was accepted. I love the fact that there were no errors on the translations. I'm from Nevada too.

marksman23 wrote:Definitely, some are better than others. Lots of the cheaper ones make typos and errors. Go with one that is registered with the consulate.

ariaangelina wrote:Everything was done correctly and translation was cheaper than other places. They had a guy that translated documents for the consulate, so I knew my documents would be accepted.


ariaangelina wrote:So I'm going through the Consulate of Italy, they told me I had to get several birth certificate apostilles, mainly my father, grandfather etc. I also had to get them certify translated and get those apostille as well. I looked around as I don't have time to do this... I found Apostille Pros http://www.apostillepros.com
They had all the birth certificates apostille and certify translated and had those translations apostilled, so all the paperwork were accepted. The whole process was rather easy.

The only part that bugged me was the consulate part. It was rather busy. Glad I got this part done. I can't wait to get to Italy for some much needed vacation as well as take care of business.
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Re: Birth Certificate Apostille for Italy

Postby Holies » 05 Jul 2012, 22:59

You don't even know how difficult it is to make an appt with the consulate. There are so many people there. I wish the consulate had more workers.

ariaangelina wrote:So I'm going through the Consulate of Italy, they told me I had to get several birth certificate apostilles, mainly my father, grandfather etc. I also had to get them certify translated and get those apostille as well. I looked around as I don't have time to do this... I found Apostille Pros http://www.apostillepros.com
They had all the birth certificates apostille and certify translated and had those translations apostilled, so all the paperwork were accepted. The whole process was rather easy.

The only part that bugged me was the consulate part. It was rather busy. Glad I got this part done. I can't wait to get to Italy for some much needed vacation as well as take care of business.
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Re: Birth Certificate Apostille for Italy

Postby samkier » 30 Jul 2012, 23:27

The consulate really take their sweet time. I heard most people wait for about 1 year.

Holies wrote:You don't even know how difficult it is to make an appt with the consulate. There are so many people there. I wish the consulate had more workers.

ariaangelina wrote:So I'm going through the Consulate of Italy, they told me I had to get several birth certificate apostilles, mainly my father, grandfather etc. I also had to get them certify translated and get those apostille as well. I looked around as I don't have time to do this... I found Apostille Pros http://www.apostillepros.com
They had all the birth certificates apostille and certify translated and had those translations apostilled, so all the paperwork were accepted. The whole process was rather easy.

The only part that bugged me was the consulate part. It was rather busy. Glad I got this part done. I can't wait to get to Italy for some much needed vacation as well as take care of business.
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