Hello all! I am in the process of getting a work visa. To get my work contract with the Ministrerio de Trabajo they require an official translation of my diploma. To get this official translation I know I need an apostille diploma. As I was researching this process I found this article about the apostille process: http://www.peruthisweek.com/blogs-legal ... lle-103582
Where they say that:
"Finally, I must note that all documents should not have been issued in their country of origin more than six months prior in order to have value in Peru.
For example, if you have a marriage certificate that was celebrated more than a year ago, you should ask in the Civil Registrar’s office (or corresponding office in the particular country) to issue a new certificate before proceeding with the Apostille process. The same thing applies to birth certificates and other documents that attest to a marital status, kinship, personal income, etc."
Does anyone know if this also is true for diplomas as well?? Should I ask my college to issue a new diploma?!? The current diploma I have was issued in 2013, obviously over 6 months ago. I have been given A LOT of incorrect information by the Ministerio del Trabajo and don't believe they would be able to give me a good answer on this. I was hoping someone here might know! Or at least let me know if there is someone else I could ask?