What is a Legalized Translation? It is the conversion of a document from one language to another (for example from English to Italian) necessary to be able to enforce the documents  issued by foreign authorities in a given country.


In the countries that have signed the Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 on the abolition of the legalization of foreign public documents, the need to legalize the documents and documents issued by foreign authorities is replaced by another formality: the affixing of the "Postilla" (or apostille).


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