Posted by bill on April 24, 2002 at 03:54:04:
i was wondering if your folks could help me
i was wondering if anyone knew if documents from another country you take to the Ukraine could be legalised as well as translated and notarised in Ukraine or would your countries Foreign affairs and or state department need to legalise these first??
Second question if i have these documents legalised by my countries foreign affairs / state department could i have these then legalised . translated and notarised in the ukraine??
If so does any one know of the location of such translation/ notary places in Kiev and or Chernivtsy.
In relation to the above will i need to have these legalised by the Ukraine equivalent of foreign affairs/ state department.
My country does not have a consulate in the Ukraine and originally i thought my documents were okay for legalisation by foreign affairs department as they were certified as true copies of original by a justice of the peace by the foreign affairs department said no these have to be notarised here in my country and then submitted to them for legalising.
The problem i have is my passport is with the ukrainian embassy here in my country and no person who can notarise my documents will do so without sighting the original passport.
With only 2 weeks till i leave i fear i will not get back the passport in time for notarisation and legalisation - i can get my other documents notarised and legalised as i still have the originals.
Any help will be greatly appreciated
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