Authentication at the Austrian Consulate in Denver Colorado
A certification is a governmental act by which a designated public official (e.g. consular officer at an embassy or a consulate) certifies the authenticity of the signature and/or seal and the position of the person/official who has executed, issued, or certified (a copy of) a document.
A certification can be provided for:
- private (e.g. agreements, power-of-attorney) and official signatures
- transcripts and copies (stating that original and copy are identical)
The Consulate does NOT provide translation services. The accuracy of a translation is NOT the responsibility of the Consulate.
The Consulate is NOT to be held liable/responsible for the content of a document.
The person requesting certification services must provide proof of identity (e.g. passport).