CONSULAR CERTIFICATIONS

The Consulate General of Peru in Atlanta only legalizes the documents which have been already legalized by the County Clerk or the Register of Deeds of any of the following States: Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi and Tennessee.

 

You may instead follow the simplified procedure, which requires you to use the services of one of the local notaries that are registered at the Consulate. To read details about this procedure, click here (instructions are in Spanish).

 

Adoptions, Diplomas and Transcripts

 

Nevertheless, when the documents to be legalized by the Consulate are regarding Adoptions, Diplomas, and Transcripts; an INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION or GREAT SEAL issued by the Secretary of State of the state where the document was originally issued will be required.

 

The Apostille:

 

Peru ratified in January 2010 its membership to The "Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents"[1] but the agreement will be valid starting September 30th, 2010.

 

Therefore, according to US and International Laws, all documents originating in USA which are going to be used in Peru, MUST obtain:

 

·         The certification issued by the County Clerk or the Register of Deeds, or

 

·         The International Certification issued by the Secretary of State of the state where the document was originally issued, when this document is in regard of Adoptions, Diplomas and Transcripts

 

Consular Fees

 

1. Legalization of foreign individual’s signature: Consular fee: US$ 25 each document.

 

2. Legalization of corporation’s representative’s signature: US$ 80 each document.

 

3. Legalization of foreign authority’s signature: US$ 30 each document, if the document belongs to an individual and US$ 80 each document, if the document belongs to a corporation.

 

Consular certifications by mail

 

 If you choose to do this by post, you must send the following to the Consulate:

 

  •  Documents ready to be certifed/legalized by the Consulate

  • Money Order to the order of “CONSULATE OF PERU”. Please, calculate carefully the consular fees that will be applied in order to avoid delays.

  • Prepaid envelope (from the Consulate to you) in order to send back your documents once they have been legalized by the Consulate. You can use the services of any of these companies: USPS (at least Priroty mai), FEDEX or UPS.

Documents and Money Order must be sent to:

Consulate of Peru in Atlanta

4360 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd. Suite 580, Atlanta, GA 30341-1049

You may instead follow the simplified procedure, which requires you to use the services of one of the local notaries that are registered at the Consulate. To read details about this procedure, click here (instructions are in Spanish).

 

Secretaries of State

 

Alabama

Secretary of State. Document Authentication

Phone. 334.242.7224

http://www.sos.state.al.us/authenticate/index.htm

 

Georgia

Office of Secretary of State, Elections Division

Notaries Public & Document Certification

Phone 404.656.2871

Fax: 404.651.9531

http://www.sos.state.ga.us/administration/notary.htm

 

North Carolina

Notary Public Section

Phone 919.807.2219

http://www.secretary.state.nc.us/authen/

 

South Carolina

Notaries & Apostilles

Phone 803.734.2512

http://www.state.tn.us/sos/forms/apos.pdf

 

Tennessee

Notary Commission Unit

Phone 615.741.0531

Fax 615.741.7310

http://www.state.tn.us/sos/bus_svc/notary.htm


 

Mississippi

Mississippi Secretary of State
Attn. Notary/Apostille/Authentication
700 North Street
Jackson, MS 39202

http://www.northwestregisteredagent.com/apostille-mississippi.html


[1] This agreement authorizes Secretaries of State to issue an apostille certification that eliminates the need to send the document to the US Department of State or Consulates. Once an individual receives and apostille on a document and the document is going to be used in the Hague Convention country, the document is ready for that country.

 


 
 

 

 

 

 

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