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Legalization of documents
APPLICANTS MUST COME TO THE EMBASSY FIRST MAKING AN APPOINTMENT IN ADVANCE VISITING [email protected]
Lithuania and Canada are exchanging documents when the document has been issued by a competent Canadian authority and is planned to be used in Lithuania through legalization.
The Canadian document is required to be authenticated at Global Affairs Canada, after that – at the Embassy of Lithuania to Canada. If the document is issued in Lithuania, authenticate it in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania, then in Global Affairs Canada.
|Canadian documents such as certificates of birth, marriage, death, divorce etc. that were not properly legalized are not valid in Lithuania. Global Affairs Canada only authenticate original long-form birth, marriage or death certificates issued by the office of vital statistics of the relevant province or territory.|
- For the legalization of the documents, please, provide:
- Valid identity document (Passport, ID etc.) or it’s copy certified by the notary public, when applying by mail.
- Document authenticated by Global Affairs Canada.
- Consular fee can be paid by debit or credit cards or please bring a certified bank check - recipient is Embassy of Lithuania. Embassy does not accept cash or personal checks. You can see prices at Embassy’s website for consular fees
- If applying by mail include a Canada post Xpresspost envelope with a sticker on personal delivery (for shipping within Canada to the address you specify) for return of the documents legalized by the Embassy.
- At the embassy we legalize
1. Civil status documents (such as certificates of birth, marriage, divorce, death).
2. Notarial acts/documents (authorization documents of private persons).
Business documents are not legalized at the Embassy of Lithuania to Canada.
They should be legalized at Office at the Embassy of Canada to Lithuania, in Vilnius (Business Centre 2000, Jogailos St. 4, 7th Floor, Vilnius 01116, Lithuania, tel. +370 (5) 249-0950, email: [email protected]), and at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania