China and Canada have recently become parties to The October 5th, 1961 Hague Convention, a move that simplifies the authentication of public documents for international use.
Power of Attorney
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Referred to as many different variationsof the words Power of Attorney, but has the same meaning and serves the same function. A power of attorney, often abbreviated as POA, is a document allowing capable adults to name someone else to serve as their representative, or allow others to enter into agreements on their behalf.
In situations where you need to transact in foreign countries, but it is not feasible for you to travel to your country of origin or fly to a foreign nation to conduct business, executing a power of attorney is your best option. In these instances, we can assist in processing your documents with an Apostille for use internationally. This includes notarizing documents written in other languages, powers of attorney such as:
- Poder Especial
If your power of attorney is in English and you require it in the official language of the destination country, we have certified translators that can help with that as well.
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As long as you understand what you are signing and you are comfortable with authorizing an appointed individual to act on your behalf, we can help execute that document for use in a foreign country.
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