Which countries will accept an apostille? In many cases, notarising your document is only the beginning. The ultimate goal is for your document to be accepted in the intended destination country. To achieve this goal you may have been asked to have your document legalised – maybe with an apostille or even ‘according to the Hague Convention’. […]
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Sponsoring your relatives in India for further studies Every year (around this time) we receive many calls from clients who are sponsoring their relatives for further studies on other countries. Generally, this applies to non-resident Indians now living in Australia with relatives in India who will be undertaking a course of some sort through a university […]
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What’s happened to international surrogacy over the last 6-12 months? There’s been on-again off-again media attention on international surrogacy, especially involving Australians in India and Thailand and an outcry by various interest groups locally on the number of couples heading overseas to conceive. But what does it all mean for intended and hopefully parents in […]
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