Documents for  Indonesia  are required to be notarised by a notary public and authentication affixed by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs.
In most cases the documents are also required to be presented to the consulate of the  Republic of Indonesia for legalisation purposes.
So when preparing documents for Indonesia, make sure that you have the following seals

  1. Notarisation by a notary public.
  2. Authentication by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs.
  3. Legalisation by the consulate of the Republic of Indonesia.


Please make sure you confirm with the authority in Indonesia as to whether all three steps are required to be taken. For more information, contact us.

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