Bolivia Document Apostille Services - Fast & Reliable

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What is it?

The Document Apostille service in Bolivia is a process of legalizing and certifying a document so it will be recognized internationally. This is essential for a range of documents, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, and educational qualifications, to be accepted by foreign authorities.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for: individuals seeking to study or work abroad, those applying for dual citizenship, expatriates preparing legal documents, and anyone needing to validate Bolivian documents for use in foreign countries.


  1. Gather necessary personal and document information.
  2. Visit a notary to notarize your documents.
  3. Submit notarized documents to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia for the apostille.
  4. Pay the required fees.
  5. Wait for processing, typically ranging from a few days to a couple of weeks.
  6. Collect your apostilled documents.

Required documents

  • Birth certificate (available from the Bolivian Civil Registry)
  • Marriage certificate (available from the Civil Registry if applicable)
  • Educational qualifications (transcripts, diplomas)
  • Valid identification (passport, national ID card)

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Notarization is often required before apostille.
  • Processing times may vary; it’s recommended to start early.
  • Necessary fees depend on the type and number of documents.
  • Ensure all documents are original or certified copies.


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