Italy, the land of the mountains. Also known as the land of art, food, and architecture. Italy is like a love affair that you will continue for eternity. There’s so much to explore and enjoy that you will be coming back every single vacation.
You will come back for more, for its velvety tiramisu, piping hot melting cheese of a fresh pizza, the smooth cold taste of gelato, and the perfect Instagram filter-like golden glow of Venice.
Why travel to Italy?
Tourism ranks on top as the most popular reason people make it to Italy – there’s so much to explore! Italy is also one of the critical trading destinations in Europe and attracts people from all around the world. Art takes an important place in Italy that you will find art exhibitions and auctions almost every month.
On top of that, undergraduates and postgraduates majoring in art, architecture, and history make it a point to visit Italy. In all of these visits to Italy, it is essential that you carry legalized documents in case of an emergency or to prove your identity.
Thanks to the Hague Convention of 1961, you no longer need to have documents legalized by diplomat service but only require a notarized document that is apostilled and certifying signature of authenticity. This is valid for all the 100 signatories of the convention, and Italy is also one.
Apostille for Italy
No document from the United States will be valid in Italy unless apostilled. This applies to all legal documents, and that’s why experts like us could help you get an easy way through with the entire process.
Travel Visa Pro is an established travel partner in the United States operating in key states to provide every traveler to Italy with the right legally accepted documents.
Our experts try to understand every aspect of each document and provide you with apostilled papers accepted in the destination country.
In addition to apostille services, the experts at Travel Visa Pro provides translation services for all the important legal documents you will need to have with you when you visit Italy. With Italian being the accepted language, you will need some of the most important ones translated in case of an emergency.
Common apostille for Italy documents:
- Your birth certificate, your partner’s, and kids (if any)
- Certificate of Marriage
- Certificate of death
- Divorce decrees
- Court documents
- Corporate documents – business incorporation, articles of association, etc
- Educational transcripts
Note: We can assist you with documents issued inside the United States only. However, if your document origin is Italy, you must contact the proper authorities to help you in Italy.