Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif says Pakistan’s accession to Apostille Convention will facilitate and ease a significant burden on Pakistanis traveling and living abroad.

In a tweet today [Friday], he said creating smooth processes for our citizens is government’s priority.

He said now Pakistani notarized documents will be accepted over one hundred countries.

The Prime Minister said citizens will be able to notarize their important legal documents such as marriage certificate, degrees and more via Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ designated officials in Pakistan which will be internationally accepted without the need for any further verification.

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