Official South African Birth Certificates
Official South Africam Marriage Certificate
Official South African Letter of No-
Official South African Death Certificate
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If you want to use South African Documents outside of South Africa -
In South Africa the Department of International Relations and Co-
Depending if the target country is a signatory to the La Hague convention or not documents are legalised by either Apostille which requires no further steps or Authentication which requires a further step at that specific Governments Embassy.
Depending of the type of document this authentication must be done either by DIRCO or the High Court.
1. Documents that must be presented to DIRCO for Attestation by Apostille and/or Authentication.
1.1. Original Documents:
• Unabridged certificates from Department of home Affairs.
• Police Clearance certificates.
• Medical Reports authenticated by HPCSA.
1.2. Copies authenticated by the relevant Government Departments
• Educational certificates authenticated by the Department of Education.
• Medical certificates and reports authenticated by the Health Professionals Counsel.
2. Documents that must be presented to the High Court for Attestation Apostille and /or Authentication.
• Notarised Copies of documents.
• If a Apostille is needed it will be done at the High Court.
• If the document has to legalised by a embassy the document has also have to be presented to DIRCO.
3. Fees for Apostille are:
• R 495 for the first document and R 95 for each document thereafter.
4. Certification by Embassy's:
When a country is not a member of the La Hague convention documents must be Attested by the Embassy. This entails that the document must be presented to DIRCO for authentication and then to the Embassy for Attestation
• Fees and cost for Embassy Attestation will be quoted.