Bolivia Document Legalization Procedure Update

Bolivia Document Legalization Procedure Update

The Embassy of Bolivia has just announced a change in procedure for document legalization. All non-government-issued documents, or “General Documents,” must be notarized and certified locally by the Secretary of State of their issue. This procedure is the same for government-issued documents. Examples of General Documents include:

Corporate documents such as:
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Corporate Formation Documents
  • Distributorship Agreements
  • Company bylaws
  • Good standing certificates
  • Minutes of board meetings
  • Affidavits
​Academic documents such as:
  • Accreditation letters
  • Authorization letters to obtain academic records
  • Bar certificates
  • Degrees
  • Diplomas
  • Official transcripts
  • Practice licenses for nurses and physicians
  • Statements of study major
  • Teaching certification
  • Verification letters from the registrar’s office

For more information on document legalization for Bolivia, visit the Bolivia country page on our website.

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