Personal data policy


Personal data protection has always been at the heart of our concerns, and we’ve always been in perfect compliance with the most stringent regulations in force.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) modified the French “Informatique et Libertés” law, providing better protection for personal data.

This policy is designed to explain how we collect and process your data. 


Data collection

As part of our service, we collect personal data from current and potential clients. We collect this directly from our clients or service users, or from public access sources (social media, websites, press).


Data use

We only use the data we collect to provide our services or for marketing purposes.

Data may be shared with third-party service providers that we use when mandated to carry out translations, apostilles, authentication, accompanied visits outside Paris and application submissions abroad. 

Data transfer beyond the European Union

We only transfer data in this way to carry out the mission you have specifically mandated us for. 

When your personal data is transferred to a country outside of the European Union, we make sure that it’s protected. With this in mind, we apply the appropriate and relevant protection measures (encryption and contractual obligations, in particular the model contractual clauses approved by the European Commission).


Data protection

We are committed to:

 Protecting the confidentiality of collected data and implementing all necessary security measures to keep it safe.
 Hosting data in France and where necessary, within the European Union.
 Only using data for the purposes which are explicitly stated here. 

 Never sharing your information with third parties, be they private individuals, public authorities, natural or legal persons, beyond the strict limits of the service we provide.
 Notifying the CNIL (French data protection authority) and our service users of any infringement or security breach that will directly or indirectly affect data, in accordance with articles 33 and 34 of the GDPR.



Any questions?

You have an individual right to access, correct, delete, limit, contest, and transfer data concerning you.

You can exercise these rights by making a written request to our fantastic DPO (Data Protection Officer) at the following email address:

To find out more, feel free to consult our Data Protection Policy at: