Document Notarization is going to be the only 'valid' identity proof when you are taking admission in German Universities. So this is a mandatory step. Here is a detailed procedure for getting the document notarization. After completion of document notarization go ahead with the next step in the application process.
What Is Notarization?
A Notary Public’s seal on a document indicates that it has been notarized, Certain documents must be notarized. When purchasing a home, transferring a car, providing power of attorney, authorizing consent for a minor to travel abroad, or executing other important transactions, it’s essential that everyone can trust the documents and your signature.
Why is it required ?
Difference Between a Notarization and Attestation
How Do I Get a Document Notarized?
Certifying the correctness of Indian documents
Certifying a signature/manual sign
Certifying a copy
Translating documents/certifying the correctness and completeness of a translation
Notarization of Documents
What does official notarization look like?
Who has authorization to issue official notarization?
In no case will we accept notarizations from private individuals, lawyers, a priest's office, banks or the AStA (student union executive committee)!
Here only accept notarized copies that contain all of the following stipulations
How to notarize multi-page documents
If the copy consists of more than one page, evidence is required that all pages belong to the same document. The following forms of notarization are possible:
If there are relevant copies on both the front and back of the sheet, the following forms of notarization are possible:
How to notarize non-German documents
Official notarization of non-German documents:
Please ensure that your notarized copy complies with the stipulations as described on this page.
Translation of documents that are not in English or German: