Legalization of documents
Consular legalization of a document is a competent officer's certification that a signature, a seal and duties of the undersigned individual on a document are genuine, which is necessary for the document in question be recognized and accepted in Lithuania.
From 1 January 2007 the Kingdom of Denmark became the party to the 1961 Hague Convention on Abolition of Legalization Requirements of Documents Issued in Foreign Countries. From the abovementioned date documents issued in Denmark shall be endorsed with an ''Apostille'', and are not a subject to legalization by the Lithuanian Embassy. More information on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
Since the Republic of Iceland as of 27 November 2004 became the party to the 1961 Hague Convention concerning Abolition of Legalization Requirements of Documents Issued in Foreign Countries, documents issued in Iceland from the abovementioned date shall be approved by ''Apostille'' at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iceland, and are not a subject to legalization by the Lithuanian Embassy.