Ministerio Del Interior Provincia De Buenos Aires Legalizaciones

All documents not included in the previous sections, issued by a provincial authority or CABA on paper with handwritten signature, must be legalized beforehand by the MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR apostilles and legalizations with international validity do not expire. On the other hand, if you need the document legalized by the Ministry of the Interior to have the Hague apostille or the international legalization necessary to have full validity abroad, we can also do this so that you can get your document with both legalizations in one place. Joint Resolution 1-E/2017 does not legalize secondary and tertiary diplomas and analytical diplomas awarded after 2010 to the Ministry of the Interior. They must be certified directly with the Ministry of Education of the province where you wish to submit them. However, the receiving agency may require that the documents issued be issued within a certain period, for which new documents must be managed and therefore new apostilles or legalisations with international validity. The Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs has an innovative system that allows you to manage your apostilles and legalizations with international validity remotely. without leaving your home and respecting the requirements of national and international documentary legality through the platform „Trámites a Distancia“ (TAD): tramitesadistancia.gob.ar form fields:- Data of the holder of the document to be legalized: the person who appears in the document to be legalized. (Birth/marriage/death certificates in which the DNI does not appear must be filled in with „Not registered“).- Data of the document to be legalized: what type of document will be legalized, name of the entity/organization issuing the document and province of origin.- Data of the signature to be legalized: name and surname of the responsible person/official who signed the document and date of signature of the document.- Save and hang the documents to be legalized. You can apostille or legalize your document throughout the country. In agreement between the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Federal Council of Argentine Notaries (CFNA), all notarial schools in the country can issue / authorize apostilles and legalizations with international validity and can process them on documents of the same jurisdiction, without the need to legalize the Ministry of the Interior beforehand. You can contact the colleges of notaries to know the requirements and modalities of the procedures: CFNA – COLLEGES of NOTAR If your request is not taken into account in the previous sections, you can contact us via the E-Mail-tadlegalizaciones@cancilleria.gob.ar on working days from 8am to 5pm. Apostilles, and legalizations with international validity issued by Argentina may be used in >www.argentina.gob.ar/relacionesexterioresyculto/legalizacion-internacional It should be noted that the legalization of public documents is included in the list of bureaucratic procedures that a person must perform to present them, for example, to an authority in a province other than the one to which the document was issued. What documents can I request for legalization?• Transfers.• Primary, secondary and university diplomas.• Birth, marriage and death certificates.• Certificate of seniority (teachers only).• Provincial court judgments.• Special permits before a provincial judge or notary.• Documents from provincial officials.• Certificates of good conduct or residence and any other certificates of an authority whose signature is recorded in the archives of the Department of the Interior and which must be submitted to the authorities of a province other than the one from which it originates or to the Department of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Culture.

Articles (and other documents) issued in the province of Buenos Aires only require this legalization. However, those issued within the country require prior legalization of the National Register of Persons of the province of origin or issuing authority. The apostilles and certifications with international validity issued by the Argentine Ministry of Foreign Affairs take the form of an electronic document in PDF format starting with the letters „CE“, which have the underlying document as an „embedded file“ (attachment) that can be viewed via the attached file icon (as a clip). But the procedure thus managed presents a small problem, it is necessary that the person initiating the procedure has a CUIT and a tax number of level 2 or higher, which is a disadvantage for anyone who does not have it. The average time to resolve these procedures is 30 business days. Articles from these jurisdictions will only be apostilled/legalized if they are issued in this electronic format with digital signature and without the need for intermediate legalization. Calendar of national holidays and non-working days this year. You must generate a TAD file for each document you wish to apostille or legalize and pay a one-time, non-refundable fee for each file. Once you have chosen the option of your convenience, the VEP is automatically generated and linked directly to your CUIL and the chosen payment network. Important: Depending on the processing arrangements, other rates may also apply.