There are 4 stages to legalize this document, namely:
1. the required documents are translated into English or other foreign languages by sworn translators. If the document is not translated by a sworn translator, it must be legalized by a public notary. The legalization process usually takes one to seven days, depending on each public notary involved
2. after all documents are translated and legalized, the applicant registers with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights via this page. After the files are uploaded, the Ministry of Law and Human Rights will examine and legalize the documents. The process takes about one to three days. Documents that have been legalized will be affixed with a sticker on the back.
3. the document that has been attached with a sticker from the Ministry of Law and Defense is uploaded to an application called “STEMPEL ASLI” which can be downloaded via PlayStore. Each document is subject to a fee of Rp. 25,000.
4. documents submitted to the embassy of the destination country. This submission can be done online or brought directly to the embassy office. It takes approximately one working day to complete. Some embassies may charge document processing fees.
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