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Birth certificate legalisation

Hi there,

  • I want to apply my son's Swiss Dependent Visa but his BC(Birth Certificate) is in Hindi, having all the stamps required including the apostille stamp.
  • I have english translation for the same with notary.
For applying Swiss Dependent Visa will it be sufficient OR we have to do something else.


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Re: Birth certificate legalisation

English translation should be fine. They have always accepted my BC in English… however, it may need to be less than 6 months old, when is the English version from?
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Re: Birth certificate legalisation

Please check with Swiss Consulate/Embassy in India where you plan to submit application. Because they will verify it along with the application and forward it to the cantonal authority.

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Hi there,

  • I want to apply my son's Swiss Dependent Visa but his BC(Birth Certificate) is in Hindi, having all the stamps required including the apostille stamp.
  • I have english translation for the same with notary.
For applying Swiss Dependent Visa will it be sufficient OR we have to do something else.


Please Help Me with your valuable inputs.
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Old 21.01.2015, 10:51
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English translation should be fine. They have always accepted my BC in English… however, it may need to be less than 6 months old, when is the English version from?
I believe your's original BC is in English but my original one is in Hindi...
Have you heard similar case "Hindi BC with English Translation"

Please clearify.
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