An article about M. H. Ender Keleş, Attorney at Law, who serves as Turkey Central's community lawyer.
All foreign documents which will be presented to the Turkish government must have an apostille. Then the document, and its apostille, must be translated into Turkish by a court-certified (or "sworn") translator, then the translation must be notarized by a Turkish notary. In this article, you'll learn what an apostille is, how it works, and how to get one. Then you'll learn how to get a notarized translation of the document and apostille, which will make the document as legal in Turkey as it is in the foreign country which originated it. You'll be surprised how simple and straightforward it is once you understand the process.
About the noter (notary), in Turkey and how to find one near you.
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