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Legalisation of documents to be presented to Belgian authorities

1. Documents issued by Palestinian authorities

The original document has to be legalised by the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.mofa.pna.ps) and then by the Consulate General of Belgium in Jerusalem.

For information on the legalisation fee to be paid at the Consulate General of Belgium in Jerusalem: consular fees.

Translations

The translator’s signature has to be legalised by the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (www.mofa.pna.ps) and then by the Consulate General of Belgium in Jerusalem.

For information on the legalisation fee to be paid at the Consulate General of Belgium in Jerusalem: consular fees.

 
2. Documents issued by Israeli authorities

The original document has to be legalised by an apostille to be affixed by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

For more information:
www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/About+the+Ministry/Consular_affairs/PublicDocumentsEng.htm

Translations

The translation certified by an Israeli notary has to be legalised by an apostille to be affixed by the Magistrate Court (Beit Mishpat Hashalom).