Venezuelan Apostille: Certification Process & Document Requirements

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What is it?

Apostille is a certification process that authenticates the origin of public documents issued in Venezuela, making them valid for international use in foreign countries that are part of the Hague Apostille Convention.

Who needs it?

Ideal for Venezuelan citizens and residents planning to move abroad, students seeking to study internationally, professionals seeking work opportunities overseas, and individuals applying for visas or citizenships in other countries.


  1. Gather the original documents that require an apostille.
  2. Visit the official website of the Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  3. Register and create an account on their online platform.
  4. Submit an online application for apostille, uploading scanned copies of the documents.
  5. Pay the necessary fees using the available payment methods.
  6. Schedule an appointment for the verification and submission of original documents.
  7. Attend the appointment and present the original documents for verification.
  8. Wait for confirmation and processing by the authorities.
  9. Collect the apostilled documents or receive them by mail as per the provided instructions.

Required documents

  • Original documents that need apostille, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, and academic degrees.
  • Identification documents (ID card, passport).
  • Proof of payment for the apostille service fee.
  • Application form or receipt from the online submission platform.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Apostilled documents are only valid in countries that are part of the Hague Apostille Convention.
  • Ensure all documents are in good condition, as damaged documents may be rejected.
  • Timely scheduling of appointments is recommended due to high demand.
  • Check the latest requirements and updates on the official website to avoid any potential delays.


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