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Submission of an application for apostilling official documents issued by educational and scientific institutions.
Legal entities or individuals.
The State Inspectorate for Quality Supervision of Education under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Address: 100115, Tashkent, Chilanzar disrict, Nurhon street, 21
Phone: (+998 71) 231-07-53
- An official document given by educational institutions (diploma, high school diploma, certificate).
- An electronic copy of the receipt of payment for the service (for individuals).
- The confidential letter copy from a legal entity (for legal entities).
- The copy of identity document of applicant
Fee for the current service (for legal entity) equals 10% of the minimum wage (8th paragraph of the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers, dated 17.11.2011 №307).
When filling the application via the Single portal, the payment has to be made in advance for processing of the application (for individuals).
Payment is made with the following data:
Public authorities and other state organizations applying for apostille are exempt from payment of duty.
Applications for apostille are processed within five working days, unless it is necessary to request a sample of the signature of the official signing the document, verify his / her power to sign the document provided for apostille, and / or request a sample of the stamp of the organization issuing the document.
In cases when it is necessary to request a sample of the signature of the official signing the document, verify his / her power to sign the document provided for apostille, and / or request a sample of the stamp of the organization issuing the document, applications for apostille are processed within 20 working days.
The result of this service is acquiring the «apostille» stamp on the original or notarized copy of educational qualifications.
In case of refusal, the applicant may appeal to a higher authority, in the manner prescribed by the law.