Authentication

ONLY ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS WILL BE AUTHENTICATED, CERTIFIED COPIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

In order to authenticate the various documents issued by the Canadian authorities for their legal recognition in Venezuela, this Consular office can authenticate these documents after they meet the corresponding criteria.

 

You may be interested in checking the Consular Fees Section in order to pay for your authentication. Such payment must be done as a bank deposit to the Embassy in US Dollars, at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.

 

Please note that the Embassy only authenticates documents from Ottawa and nearby areas (home or work address of the applicant, not the intermediary) for documents coming from the rest of the country, please contact the following consulates:

 

Consulate in Toronto: Documents from Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan.

Consulate in Montreal: Documents from Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island.

Consulate in Vancouver: Documents from British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories of Canada.

 

Certificate of Analysis

The competent authority or institution of the producing country discloses the chemical composition of any product for human or animal consumption, is to be exported.

  • The certificates must be issued by the Department of Health, Agriculture or the appropriate government agency and must be signed and sealed by the respective officer. Certificates issued by laboratories and private companies will not be accepted.
  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • The company may send or bring the documents to the Embassy; there is no need for intermediaries. If you wish to use one, bring a letter requesting the authentication and authorizing the third person. Please include all information of such representative.
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Seventy American Dollars (70 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

Certificate of Antiquity

A dealer or an expert in antiques approved by the competent authority of the exporting country, certifies that a certain good is old enough to be considered an antiquity. (Minimum 80 years old)

  • The certificate must be issued by the dealer or an expert approved by the competent authority or the appropriate government agency and must be signed and sealed by the respective officer.
  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • The company may send or bring the documents to the Embassy; there is no need for intermediaries. If you wish to use one, bring a letter requesting the authentication and authorizing the third person. Please include all information of such representative.
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Seventy American Dollars (70 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of Quality

  • Evidence that the product exported complies and met the parameters set by the producer country requiring a minimum standard for consumption or use.
  • The certificate must be issued by an appropriate government agency and must be signed and sealed by the respective officer. Certificates issued by laboratories and private companies will not be accepted.
  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • The company may send or bring the documents to the Embassy; there is no need for intermediaries. If you wish to use one, bring a letter requesting the authentication and authorizing the third person. Please include all information of such representative.
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Seventy American Dollars (70 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate for Human Consumption

The health authority in the producing country certifies that the product to be exported meets the applicable provisions therein relating to its sales, destined for human consumption.

  • The certificate must be issued by an appropriate government agency and must be signed and sealed by the respective officer. Certificates issued by laboratories and private companies will not be accepted.
  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • The company may send or bring the documents to the Embassy; there is no need for intermediaries. If you wish to use one, bring a letter requesting the authentication and authorizing the third person. Please include all information of such representative.
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Seventy American Dollars (70 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of Debt

A Debt Certificate is a letter titled "Certificado de Deuda", in Spanish, listing the products and services provided to a Venezuelan company, which is used by that company in Venezuela in order to get authorization to access foreign currency and pay a debt to a foreign provider. Only the title needs to be in Spanish.
This letter must show the name and Tax ID number of both companies (in Venezuela, the tax ID number is described as "RIF" number), the invoice number, and the amount of money owed by the Venezuelan company importing the products or requesting the services from a company outside of Venezuela.
Requirements needed to Authenticate Debt Certificates

  • The Debt Certificate letter must be notarized and legalized by DFAIT (Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Canada)
  • Copy of the Bill of Lading of the products that was exported to Venezuela.
  • Copy of the article of incorporation of the Canadian company exporting merchandise to Venezuela and the importing Venezuelan company.
  • Tax ID number of the Canadian-based exporting company and the equivalent (RIF) of the importing Venezuelan company.
  • Bank letter that certifies the good standing of the exporting Canadian company.
  • When the requirements submitted need to be returned by mail, please send us a certified self-addressed stamped envelope or the invoice form from any courier company with the account number or credit card number.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

NOTES:

  • Debt Certificate must be authenticated by a Public Notary as well as DFAIT
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Fifty American Dollars (50 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

Certificate of Divorce

  • Consular Registration Form
  • Original divorce certificate duly translated by an accredited person.
  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • Photocopy of applicant's identity document.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Thirty American Dollars (30 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate for Sales Authorization

The competent authority of the producing country certifies that the product to be exported does not have any restrictions to be sold over the counter, in accordance with the applicable provisions.

The certificate must be issued by the appropriate government agency and must be signed and sealed by the respective officer. The certificates issued by laboratories and private companies will not be accepted.

  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • The company may send or bring the documents to the Embassy; there is no need for intermediaries. If you wish to use one, bring a letter requesting the authentication and authorizing the third person. Please include all information of such representative.
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Thirty American Dollars (30 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of Marriage

  • Consular Registration Form
  • Original Marriage certificate, duly translated by an accredited source.
  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • Photocopy of applicant's identity document.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Thirty American Dollars (30 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Birth Certificate

  • Consular Registration Form
  • Original Birth certificate, duly translated by an accredited source.
  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • Photocopy of applicant's identity document.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Thirty American Dollars (30 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of Origin

The competent authority of the exporting country certifies which is the producer country of the goods to be exported.

  • The certificate must be submitted with a copy of the commercial invoice.
  • The signature of the producer or exporter to legalize must be authenticated by a licensed Public Notary
  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • The company may send or bring the documents to the Embassy; there is no need for intermediaries. If you wish to use one, bring a letter requesting the authentication and authorizing the third person. Please include all information of such representative.
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Seventy American Dollars (70 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.
  • The applicant must also provide the following information concerning the Certificate of Origin to authenticate:
    1. Serial Number and Date of the Certificate of Origin
    2. Exporter
    3. Importer
    4. Tariff Clasification
    5. Product Description
    6. Quantity
    7. Number and Date of Commercial Invoice
    8. US$ FOB value

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of Patent Invention

The competent authorities of a country officially grant the privilege of invention rights and industrial property, as proven by such document. It includes Brand records, Patents, granted powers of attorney regarding registration, transfer or other method, Patent Applications for Invention.

The certificate must be issued by the appropriate government agency and must be signed and sealed by the respective officer. Certificates issued by laboratories and private companies will not be accepted.

  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • Letter from the applicant person or company requesting the authentication of such documents
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Seventy American Dollars (70 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of Purity

The health authority in the producing country certifies that the product to be exported does not contain any harmful or injurious to health ingredients.

The certificate must be issued by the appropriate government agency and must be signed and sealed by the respective officer. Certificates issued by laboratories and private companies will not be accepted.

  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • Letter from the applicant person or company requesting the authentication of such documents
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Seventy American Dollars (70 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of Animal Health

The National Institute of Integrated Agricultural Health (INSAI) is responsible for regulating the export and import of domestic animals and plants, as well as products and by-products from both sources, to ensure comprehensive agricultural health of the nation.

  • Original and Copy of Certificate of Vaccination Anti-rabies, must be valid, with a period not exceeding one year.
  • Original and copy Certificate of International Health, stating that the animal to travel underwent an evaluation and at the time of it, no signs of any infectious or contagious disease were found (valid for one month)
  • Current vaccination card original and copy, issued by an approved or recognized by the competent authorities of the country of origin, stating the application of vaccines, (sixfold if Canine and triple if feline) identifying the batch, expiration date and the product name. (Good for one year)
  • Original and copy paperwork of proof for extraction of internal and external parasites, containing the complete identification of the product and the date of implementation thereof (Effective three months).
  • Export health certificate for Pets (Dogs and / or cats) in the country of origin issued by the competent authorities.
  • Microchip Identification for pets (Dogs and / or cats)

Pets that will enter Venezuela must have a microchip ID of 12 to 15 digits; and the test for Antibody Rabies Neutralizing Antibodies; in its absence provide a photocopy and original passport.

  • Sanitary Permit for the transporting of animals and plants: Rate or bank deposit in the name of INSAI, at 0.5 tributary units, as provided in Article 81 paragraph 32 of the Law on Agricultural Health, to be held at the Simon Bolivar International Airport of Maiquetia, floor 3, customs campus in the Airport Office of the INSAI (Section Passenger), by issuing guidance for transportation.

All information is available on the official website of the Institute: www.insai.gob.ve

NOTES:

TRANSPORTING DOMESTIC ANIMALS (DOGS AND CATS):

  • The health authority producing country certifies that the animal or animal product to be exported is free of infectious and / or have been immunized against certain diseases.
  • You must present a certificate of health of the animal in original; issued by a veterinarian who is registered with the Department of Agriculture.
  • After your vet provides the certificate, you must submit it to the Department of Agriculture to certify the signature of the veterinarian.
  • To find a CFIA office near you, please consult the official website: www.inspection.gc.ca

The certificate must state the following immunizations:

  • FOR DOGS: parvovirus AND Rabies
  • FOR CATS: Rabies

The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs endorses or acknowledges the signature of the authority granted by the document (original). Also needed:

  • Letter from the applicant person or company requesting the authentication of such documents
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Seventy American Dollars (70 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of Bio-Product (greens) Health (phytosanitary)

The health authority in the producing country certifies that the plant (or a plant by-product) to be exported is free of disease or pests.

The certificate must be issued by the appropriate government agency and must be signed and sealed by the respective officer. Certificates issued by laboratories and private companies will not be accepted.

  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • The company may send or bring the documents to the Embassy; there is no need for intermediaries. If you wish to use one, bring a letter requesting the authentication and authorizing the third person. Please include all information of such representative.
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Seventy American Dollars (70 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of Single Marital Status

  • Consular Registration Form
  • Certificate stating the applicant has a marital status of single, duly translated by an accredited source.
  • The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • Photocopy of applicant's identity document.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Fifty American Dollars (50 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Certificate of any other special request

Documents that are not mentioned in the previous list of Certificates (For example: Certificate of Residence for non-Venezuelan citizens; sworn statement of no-income; among others)

  • Original and copy document of Identity (In case of minor, a birth certificate must be provided, as well as originals and copies of identification for the parents)
  • Original and copies of your Passport (Valid)
  • The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade must endorse or acknowledge the signature of the authority granted by the document (original document).
  • Certificates of residence for non-Venezuelan citizens are exempt from requirements number 3 and four, in their absence, a “Proof of Residence” issued by a local authority and authenticated by DFAIT must be submitted.
  • The amount of this consular service shall be payed as a bank deposit to the Embassy. Fifty American Dollars (50 USD) at TD CANADA TRUST BRANCH 3312 Num. 7303133, under the name of “Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”. Proof of such deposit in the form of a receipt must be presented at the Embassy.
  • The company may send or bring the documents to the Embassy; there is no need for intermediaries. If you wish to use one, bring a letter requesting the authentication and authorizing the third person. Please include all information of such representative.
  • Any applicant company or representing law firm must produce the company public record of such entity (Tax ID), as well as identify the authorized person, if available.
  • If not able to retrieve documents in person, include a Pre-paid postage envelope for return, please write return address clearly.

NOTE:

  • Turnaround time: Minimum three (03) working days from document drop-off.
  • The Embassy reserves the right to request any other document considered relevant.

For Canadian Government Authentication:

Please be advised the walk-in hours, for Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC) has been relocated to:
111 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1N 1J1
Office hours are: 
Monday to Friday 10h30 to Noon and 14h00 to 15h00

Please note:
Anyone who would like to have documents authenticated by mail must continue to use the original mailing address:
Authentication and Service of Documents Section (JLAC)

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada 
125 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0G2

You do not need an appointment. The office is open Monday to Friday between 10:30 a.m. and noon and between 2 and 3 p.m. The office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

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Regulación de precios desestimula la producción nacional y potencia la importación de productos terminados

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Anniversaries

"Veterinarian Doctor Day"

On July 21, the National Day of Veterinary is celebrated in Venezuela. This date was chosen during the I Grancolombian Congress of Veterinarian Doctors, event that took place from July 21-28, 1946, in the Andrés Bello High School, in Caracas, Venezuela.

In the afore-mentioned event, representatives from Colombia, Ecuador, Panama and Venezuela discussed several professional, academic and social proposals, and they agreed to celebrate the "Veterinarian Doctor Day" on 21 July of each year; however, today, this day is onlycelebrated in Venezuela.

 

Poem of the Month

Delmira Agustini (Uruguay)

Explosion

If life were love, how blessed it would be!

I want more life so to love! Now I feel

A thousand years of ideas are not worth

One blue minute of sentiment.

My heart was dying slowly, sadly...

Now it opens like a Phoebean flower:

Life rushes forth like a turbulent sea

Whipped by the hand of love.

My sorrow flies into the night, sad, cold

With its broken wings;

Like an old scar that continues to ache—

In the distant shade it dissolves...

All my life sings, kisses, laughs!

All my life is a flowering mouth! 

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