LEGALIZACIÓN

Legalization Requirements for citizens of other Asian countries

at the Embassy of Bolivia in Seoul

First of all, the Embassy does not have any official concurrency in other countries. It is in process to have concurrencies in Singapore.

Malaysia and Fiji are concurrencies of our Embassy in Japan.

Thailand and Vietnam are concurrencies of our Embassy in China. Also Taiwan and the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau are under the jurisdiction of our Embassy in China.

For the principle of proximity, all South Asian countries including Nepal and Bhutan, should be attended by our Embassy in India.

All the other countries from East and South East Asia (Mongolia, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, East Timor and Brunei) and from Oceania except Fiji can request Legalizations from this Embassy.

Every legalization from one of the above mentioned countries, should be legalized first by their Ministry of Foreign Affairs and then by the Embassy of Korea, because they are going to be used in Korea. We are only allowed to certify signatures from Korean authorities either from Korean M.O.F.A. or from their Embassies.

  1. They should follow the procedures of notarization in the local countries.

  2. They should count also with a notarized translation into Spanish language, as a support. Unless it is is originally written in Spanish.

  3. They should have a legalization at the South Korean Embassy in the local country.

  4. They should have a legalization from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea.They should deposit 150 US Dollars per each document at the Account   from

       KEB Bank located at66, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea in Seoul, Korea.

       650-009825-350 EMBAJADA DE BOLIVIA(CONSULADO) / Swift Code: KOEXKRSE

      The commission fee should be discounted from the sending bank account and not from             the amount sent. 

They should submit all the documents plus a photocopy of each sample, a copy of the            Company’s business registration in its own country and the contact information of the company or a representative (a business card or equivalent) and the bank account transferreceipt.

They should contact our consular section by email (consulbolcorea@gmail.com) to                      coordinate specific issues and the date of delivery.

  1. They should follow the procedures of notarization in the local countries.

  2. They should count also with a notarized translation into Spanish language, as a support. Unless it is is originally written in Spanish.

  3. They should have a legalization at the South Korean Embassy in the local country.

  4. They should have a legalization from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea.They should deposit 150 US Dollars per each document at the account from

KEB Bank650-009825-350(EMBAJADA DE BOLIVIA CONSULADO)

- situado en 66, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

- Swift Code : KOEXKRSE

La comisión bancaria debe ser deducida de la cuenta de donde se envía, y no del monto enviando. De ahí, envie dinero por la vetanilla por favor.

  1. They should submit all the documents plus a photocopy of each sample, a copy of the Company’s business registration in its own country and the contact information of the company or a representative (a business card or equivalent) and the bank account transfer receipt.

  2. They should contact our consular section by email (consulbolcorea@gmail.com) to coordinate specific issues and the date of delivery.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: DUE TO INCOHERENCE BETWEEN BOLIVIAN AND KOREAN NATIONAL LAWS, LEGALIZATIONS THROUGH A THIRD COUNTRY ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

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