What is Apostille?An Apostille is a form of verification issued by Competent Authority in the country verifying the signature and seal of a notary or other public officer, so that the document bearing his/her signature and seal can take effect in countries which have ratified the Hague Convention for the Abolition of Consular Legalisation of 1961. It is normally possible to obtain the Apostille on a same day or next day basis.
To make legalization process simpler, many countries signed "Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents".
It allows members of this convention use standard form of verification, so-called Apostille, for the public documents intended to be used abroad:
Sure! We encourage our customers to visit the Bank personally. Following the EU accession, getting to Riga has never been easier!
In this case, you do not require either notary public or Apostille for opening an account.
When opening a business account personally at the Bank, please make sure that you have originals of the corporate documents, which contain an Apostille.
You may schedule a meeting with us by e-mail at
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