REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

Please read through the requirements. The purpose for these requirements is so that the highest level of English is delivered to the students from teachers that are not only passionate about teaching but have the skills, focusing on grammar, pronunciation and phonics.

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BA - (Bachelors or higher)
You should have at least a Bachelors Degree. If you are a non native English speaker, you should have a BA in English at least to qualify for a position.
TEFL Certification
It is important that you have successfully completed and have a TEFL / TESOL / TESL / CELTA / DELTA certification. Don't worry, just one of those are fine to qualify and most settle for a simple 120hr TEFL course online but the more experience and practicals you do the better.
Native Tongue
Many teachers from around the world seek to teach English as a foreign language. While we commend those for striving to greater heights and teach English even though it is not their first language we can only promise jobs to people coming from USA, UK, Ireland, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. Not all, is lost, if you do not see your country listed, submit a resume anyway and we may have a position for you - Good luck to all!

Notary Basics: Understanding Apostilles And Authentication Certificates

Notarizing documents that will be sent to other countries requires an apostille or authentication; but it's up to your signer to request one, not you. An apostille is a certificate — often attached to the document by an appropriate government official after it is notarized. While you are not responsible for obtaining an apostille, signers often ask about them, so it's helpful to understand what they are and how they work.

Apostille Or Authentication Certificates?

Apostilles and authentication certificates validate the seal and signature of a Notary on a document so that it can be accepted in a foreign country. Both verify that you held a Notary commission at the time you notarized the document.

Apostilles are used when public documents are being transferred between countries that are a party to the Hague Apostille Convention of 1961. This international treaty streamlined the cumbersome, traditional procedure for authenticating documents.

An apostille is issued by your Secretary of State's office or Notary commissioning agency. The single apostille is the only certification needed. Once prepared and verified, the apostille is attached to and sent along with the notarized documents. Notaries cannot issue apostilles themselves. This all happens after the notarization and requires no action on your part.

Authentication certificates are used for destination nations that are not part of the Hague Convention. Instead of a single apostille, the document needs several authentication certificates, including those from your commissioning agency, the U.S. Department of State, the consul of the destination country and potentially another government official in the destination country.

The requirements and processing time for authentication certificates will vary from country to country.

Getting A Notarization Authenticated

According to the U.S. Department of State, documents that may require authentication for use abroad include: affidavits, agreements, articles of incorporation, company bylaws, deeds of assignment, diplomas, home study, income verification, powers of attorney, transcripts, trademarks, warrants, extraditions, certificates of good standing and other general business documents. Also, parents wanting to adopt a child living in another country must have their adoption dossiers properly authenticated.

But your signer is responsible for requesting the authentication — not you.

Requests for an apostille or authentication certificate are generally submitted in writing to your state's Notary commissioning authority (usually the Secretary of State’s office) and should contain:

An explanation of why the apostille or authentication is needed. The original document, including the Notary’s completed notarial certificate. The final destination of the document. A postage-paid return envelope addressed to either the document custodian or the document’s final destination. The required fee (varies by state). The commissioning office determines whether the document requires an apostille or authentication certificate, based on the document’s final destination.

What’s The Notary’s Role? Your only responsibility is to notarize the document itself. Because the document is destined for another country, the notarization must be performed properly to ensure that there aren’t any problems on the receiving end. For example, some judges presiding over adoption cases in other countries may reject documents not properly notarized.

Keep in mind that with any notarized documents passing through a Notary regulator's office, the paperwork will be closely scrutinized. Any notarial errors may result in an enforcement action against you.

Can Notaries Provide Apostille Services? Some enterprising Notaries who live near their Secretary of State’s office offer "apostille services" as a way to generate additional income. They essentially provide a courier service to deliver and return the paperwork to customers. These are not considered "notarial" acts, so the Notary may establish any relevant service fees with the client.

Apostille Services

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Australia

Australian public/government or notarised private documents that need to be recognised or accepted by overseas businesses, governments, courts or others must be verified, ....

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Canada

Based in Ottawa, the capital city of Canada, our company is within a close distance to the Global Affairs Canada/Government Services Authentication Office and to the accredited embassies ....

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England

The Hague Apostille service is a registered apostille service simplifying the legalisation of UK documents for international use. Using our apostille service can save you time and money legalising documents.

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South Africa

We assist local and international clients with document attestation, legalisations, apostille of South African documents and sworn translation services.

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USA

American Apostille & Notary Services is a industry leader in U.S. document authentications. I am able to process documents issued from all 50 U.S. States, Washington, D.C. and the U.S. Federal Government....

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New Zealand

When you need to use a New Zealand document in another country, you might be asked to get the document apostilled or authenticated. Some countries call this legalisation. An apostille or authentication is an official government certificate ...