Cuba Embassy Legalization
Cuba Embassy Consulate Legalization
Cuba is a non-Hague Convention country. Cuba document legalization is
different based upon the type of document you have. If the document was created by
your company, then it should be signed and notarized.
Example: Letter of Authorization or Agency Agreement.
Documents issued by your state are supposed to be certified or attested by your
Secretary of State.
Example:certificate of good standing.
Federal issued documents for use in Cuba are ready to go to the U.S.
Department of State.
Example: FDA, USDA, USPTO..
The Embassy of Cuba accepts a document issued and notarized in one state to
be certified as an original document from a different state. If your document has
just a notary public, or is notarized as a true copy of the original, you may choose
the case "A".
US Legalization will do all the steps to have the necessary attestations to obtain the legalization from the Embassy of Cuba.