What it an apostille?

Apostille is the stamp provided for the official documents issued by the official bodies of member-countries of  the Hague Convention (October 5th,1961) which abolished the demand for legalization of foreign documents.

Do you have to make apostille?

Apostille is made for the documents below:

1) Civil status documents (like birth certificate, marriage certificate, divorce certificate, death certificate, registering departments issued docs)
2) Education documents (diplomas, certificates, attachments)
3) For the notary certified copies:
а) tax bodies issued docs.
б) Corporate Charter
в) Former Soviet Union Republics issued docs before January 1st, 1992

4) For originals:
а) applications
b) condemnations
c) power of attorney
d) notary acts (except for the copies of corporate bodies’ docs)