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The legalisation convention is the convention abolishing the requirement of legalisation for foreign public documents, also known as the Apostille Convention (5 October 1961). This convention does not completely abolish legalisation but shortens the chain so that only a single action is required, the addition of an apostille. A document bearing an apostille does not require any further legalisation by the embassy or consulate of the country in which it is to be used.


Apostille for Georgia - Legalising Georgia Documents
If your document originates from Georgia
then it should be legalised by the correct authority where the document was created or issued. For any document issued in Barbados we suggest you try to contact the following apostille authority:

Georgia - Competent Authority (Art. 6)
Address
Designated Competent Authority(ies):

Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia (diplomas and other educational documents);
Supreme Court of Georgia (documents issued by judicial bodies);
Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia (public documents issued by Social and Health Care institutions);
Civil Registry Agency, Ministry of Justice of Georgia (all public documents except diplomas, other education documents and documents issued by Service Agency of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia);
Entity of Public Service Agency of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia (documents issued by Service Agency of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia - as of 1 August 2010).
Contact details:

Address:
Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia
National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement
1 M. Aleksidze Str.
Tbilisi 0193
Georgia

Telephone: (+995 32 ) 2 200-220
Fax: -
E-mail: info@eqe.ge
General website: www.eqe.ge
Languages of communication: Georgian, Russian, English
Contact person: Ms Nino Tsereteli
Address: Supreme Court of Georgia
32 Dz. Zubalashvilis st.
Tbilisi 0110
Georgia
Telephone: +995 (32) 934 722
Fax: -
E-mail: gocha_didava@supremecourt.ge
General website: www.supremecourt.ge
Languages of communication: Georgian, English
Contact person: Gocha Didava
Address: Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia
144 Ak. Tsereteleli ave.
0119, Tbilisi
Georgia

Telephone: + 995 32 51 00 41 - 0709
Fax: -
E-mail: k.chachava@mof.gov.ge
General website: www.moh.gov.ge
Languages of communication: Georgian, English
Contact person: Khatuna Chachava
Address: Civil Registry Agency
Ministry of Justice of Georgia
67a A.Tsereteli Ave.
Tbilisi 0154
Georgia
Territorial offices in Tbilisi:

Vake territorial office
68 Abashidze str.
Saburtalo territorial office
2 Budapeshti str.
Mtasminda-Krtsanisi territorial office
4 Tabidze str.
Telephone: +995 (32) 235 7993 / 235 7982 / 235 7983
Fax: +995 (32) 2357 958
E-mail: m.tsereteli@cra.gov.ge
General website: www.cra.gov.ge
Languages of communication: Georgian, Russian, English
Contact person: Mariam Tsereteli
Regional Offices:
Batumi: address: N 4, Parnavaz Mepe Str., Batumi, Georgia
Tel: +995 77 61 55 19

Poti: address: N 26, the 9th April ave., Poti, Georgia
Tel: + 995 77 61 44 26

Zugdidi: address: N58, Kostava Str., Zugdidi, Georgia
Tel: + 995 77 61 55 10

Kutaisi: address: N 3a, Station Square, Kutaisi, Georgia
Tel: + 995 77 61 44 71

Ozurgeti: address: N 7, Apolon Tsuladze Str., Ozurgeti, Georgia
Tel: + 995 77 61 44 28

Telavi: address: N 26, Tbilisi Highway, Telavi, Georgia
Tel: + 995 77 61 33 35

Akhaltsikhe: address: N6, Ketskhoveli Str. Akhaltsikhe, Georgia
Tel: + 995 77 61 33 54


Address: Entity of Public Service Agency of the
Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia
5a Kavtaradze str.
Tbilisi
Georgia
Telephone: +995 (77) 943 549
Fax: -
E-mail: macharashvili.d@ms.mia.ge
General website: www.ms.mia.ge/alpg.aspx
Languages of communication: Georgian, English, Russian
Contact person: Mr Davit Macharashvili
Practical Information:

Price: 20 lari
Useful Links:
www.cra.gov.ge/alp
www.passport.gov.ge/alp
www.house.gov.ge/alp

Apostille and Legalisation e-Register

Apostille and legalisation e-Register was developed to combat fraud and abuse of Apostille or Legalisation Certificate and further alteration of an underlying public document. By means of Apostille and legalisation e-Register any interested person can verify the fact of apostillisation or legalisation of a document, visually check Apostille or Legalisation Certificate and scanned version of the underlying document.
How Apostille or Legalisation certificate and underlying document can be checked in the e-Register?

Apostille or Legalisation Certificate is checked using Apostille or Legalisation Certificate number and date of issue (namely, Apostille or legalisation certificate holds a 15-digit unique number (8th informational item) and date of issue (6th informational item)). This information must be entered into relevant fields at the web page. Upon pressing the search key a window opens, where you can see Apostille or Legalisation Certificate and the underlying public document.

 
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