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LEGALIZATION OF DOCUMENTS

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GENERAL INFORMATION

  • The signature on a foreign document will have to be legalized by the Consulate General to produce legal effects in Brazil. The legalization of the signature does not imply the acceptance of the document contents.
  • A diploma or school transcript issued abroad will only produce legal effects in Brazil if legalized by the Consulate General.
  • Only original documents can be legalized. Photocopies cannot be legalized.
  • The Consulate General will only legalize documents issued in its area of jurisdiction.

REQUIREMENTS

Diplomas and School Documents

The documents must be previously submitted to the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Gaimusho - Ryoji Sabisu Shitsu Shoumeihan) for legalization. After that, they must be submitted to the Consulate General. Once you arrive in Brazil, the documents must be translated into Portuguese.

Documents and diplomas issued by Brazilian schools in Japan do not need to be legalized by Gaimusho.

 

Gaimusho - Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Kasumigaseki 2-2-1, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-8919

Tel: 03 3580-3311 (extension 2855 or 2308)

 

Documents in general

 

The document must be previously submitted either to a Public Notary, the Chamber of Commerce (Shoko Kaigi-sho) or the Gaimusho.

 

FEES

  • ¥ 2,600 each signature;
  • ¥ 2,600 for up to three documents stamped together;
  • ¥ 7,800 for four or more documents stamped together;
  • ¥ 650 for school documents;

4. MAIL SERVICE

  • The legalization of documents may be done by mail.
  • It is necessary to send the receipt for the payment of the consular fee. Click here for instructions.
  • The documents will be sent back via Takkyubin or Kan-I Kakitome

ATTENTION

  • The Consulate will not be held responsible for lost, stolen or delayed mail.

 

Atualizado em março de 2013.

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