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January 11, 2024: Canada implements the APOSTILLE

Following Canada’s ratification of the Hague Convention, as of January 11, 2024, a new authentication procedure known as the Apostille applies to public documents issued in Canada (such as vital records, legal and educational documents) for use in Italy. The Apostille replaces the legalization currently issued by the Italian consular network in Canada.

For further information please visit the sections of the consular services that are affected by this change and also the Government of Canada’s website: Changes to authentication services in Canada