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A packing list is a document that lists the contents of a shipment. It is used to track the shipment of goods, to ensure that all of the goods are accounted for, and to calculate customs duties.
In order for a packing list to be used in Saudi Arabia, it must be apostilled. An apostille stamp is a certificate that authenticates the signature and seal of the official who issued the document.
To apostille a packing list for use in Saudi Arabia, you must follow these steps:
The U.S. Department of State can apostille packing lists at its offices in Washington, D.C., and New York City. You can also contact a U.S. embassy or consulate in Saudi Arabia to apostille your packing list.
The Apostille Convention is an international treaty that allows for the simplified authentication of public documents. The Convention was adopted in 1961 and is currently in force in over 100 countries, including Saudi Arabia.
The Apostille Convention eliminates the need for lengthy and expensive diplomatic procedures to authenticate documents. Instead, an apostille is a simple certificate that is affixed to the document by the competent authority in the country where the document was issued.
An apostille is an important requirement for the use of the Saudi Arabia Apostille of Packing List. By following the steps outlined above, you can ensure that your packing list is apostilled and ready for use in Saudi Arabia.