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Old 05.08.2009, 13:10
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Apostille certificates (required for permit application)?

Other than those papers you need to apply for a visa, do you need any other documents legalised with an apostille certificate in order to use in Switzerland? eg. university transcripts/qualifications/certificates ...etc




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Old 18.12.2009, 10:42
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Re: Apostille certificates (required for permit application)?

Hi KiwiGirl,

I too am financially interested in this.. wondering if it is worth the cost.

I'll get back to my search results.

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