Submit Documents and Fees: Prepare a package containing the original marriage certificate, completed application forms, supporting documentation, and any required fees. Submit this package to the competent authority for processing.

Authentication Process: The competent authority will review the submitted documents and authenticate the marriage certificate by attaching an Apostille to it, certifying its authenticity and legal validity for international use.

Receive Apostilled Marriage Certificate: Once the e apostille is attached, the marriage certificate issued by the religious center becomes internationally recognized and can be used for its intended purpose in the country where the Apostille is needed.


It’s important to note that specific requirements and procedures for obtaining Apostilles may vary depending on the country’s laws and regulations. Additionally, some countries may have limitations or restrictions on Apostille certification for documents issued by religious institutions. Therefore, it’s advisable to consult with legal advisors or relevant authorities in both the issuing and receiving countries to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations and requirements.