Legalization of documents for individuals
If you require that an official certificate or legal document issued in British Columbia, Alberta, Northwest Territories, Yukon or Nunavut, has an effect in Peru, it must be
it must be apostilled following the rules set by the Canadian government.
You can get information on how to get an apostille for your document in the following links:
- Your document(s) need to be in English, or translated into English, before getting an Apostille.
- Your document(s) need to be in Spanish, or translated into Spanish, to be valid in Peru.
- Apostilled documents do not require any further legalisation by the Consulate General of Peru in Vancouver or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru.