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How to legalize a Tax Liabilities Certificate by the National Revenue Agency?

If the document is issued in Bulgaria, it should be presented in the original with a reference number and date, with a green seal of the National Revenue Agency and a signature of a Manager and another official. The document is translated and submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for certification (along with the translation).

If the document is issued outside Bulgaria, but by a country which signed the Hague Convention, the document must have an Apostille. The document is translated and then submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the translation is certified.
The turnaround time depends on the type of service– regular, fast or express.

What determines the translation rate?

The translation rate depends on the complexity of the text and the required turnaround time.

Do I need to legalize my documents?

This information can be provided only by the institution where you need to present your documents – whether an official translation by a licensed translation agency will suffice, or if they require legalized documents.

How to legalize a diploma?

If the document is issued in Bulgaria, you must make notarized copies of the originals; these are apostilled in the National Center for Information and Documentation (NACID). Afterwards the document is translated and then submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where the translation is certified.

If the document is issued outside Bulgaria, but by a country which has signed the Hague Convention, it must have an Apostille affixed.

If the document is to be recognized with the Bulgarian educational system, it is translated and submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the translation is certified, and then it is submitted to the Ministry of Education and Science for recognition.
The turnaround time depends on the type of service – regular, fast or express.

How to legalize a Family Status Certificate?

If the document is issued in Bulgaria, it must have a rectangular seal by the relevant Municipality for use abroad. The Certificate is translated and then submitted for certification in the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

If the document is issued outside Bulgaria, but by a country which signed the Hague Convention, the document must have an Apostille. The document is translated and then submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the translation is certified.
The turnaround time depends on the type of service– regular, fast or express.

How to legalize a Kinship Certificate?

If the document is issued in Bulgaria, it must have a rectangular seal by the relevant Municipality for use abroad. The Certificate is translated and then submitted for certification in the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

If the document is issued outside Bulgaria, but by a country which signed the Hague Convention, the document must have an Apostille. The document is translated and then submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the translation is certified.
The turnaround time depends on the type of service– regular, fast or express.

How to legalize a Birth Certificate?

If the document is issued in Bulgaria, it must have a rectangular seal by the relevant Municipality for use abroad. The Certificate is translated and then submitted for certification in the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

If the document is issued outside Bulgaria, but by a country which signed the Hague Convention, the document must have an Apostille. The document is translated and then submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the translation is certified.
The turnaround time depends on the type of service– regular, fast or express.

How to legalize a Bank Account Statement?

If the document is issued in Bulgaria, it should be in the original with a reference number and date, two signatures and an ink seal of the Bank as well as a stamp of the Bulgarian National Bank for legalization. The document is translated and submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for certification.

If the document is issued outside Bulgaria, but by a country which signed the Hague Convention, the document must have an Apostille. The document is translated and then submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the translation is certified.
The turnaround time depends on the type of service– regular, fast or express.

How to legalize a Bank Letter of Reference?

If the document is issued in Bulgaria, it should be in the original with a reference number and date, two signatures and an ink seal of the relevant Bank as well as a stamp of the Bulgarian National Bank for legalization. The document is translated and submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for certification.

If the document is issued outside Bulgaria, but by a country which signed the Hague Convention, the document must have an Apostille. The document is translated and then submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the translation is certified.
The turnaround time depends on the type of service– regular, fast or express.

How to legalize a notarized Declaration?

If the document is issued in Bulgaria, an original of the document with a signature of the Declarant and a notary certification of the signature is required. The document is first submitted to the Ministry of Justice to be apostilled, after that it is translated and submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for certification.

If the document is issued outside Bulgaria, but by a country which signed the Hague Convention, the document must have an Apostille. The document is translated and then submitted to the Consular Relations Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the translation is certified.
The turnaround time depends on the type of service– regular, fast or express.