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What is an Apostille?

An apostille is a certificate issued by the government of a country certifying the authenticity of a document signed or issued in that country. It is an official authentication of a document.
Apostilles are used whenever public documents need to be produced abroad. If you have been told you need an apostille, your documents need this verification to be valid in another country. An Apostille only authenticates the origin of the underlying public record.

Why may you need an Apostille?

The word “Apostille” (pronounced a-pos-TEE, not a-pos-TEAL or a-pos-TILL-ee) is of French origin. It comes from the French verb “apostiller,” which derives from the old French word “postille,” meaning “annotation,” and before it, the Latin word “postilla,” a variation of the word “postea,” which means “thereafter, afterward, next.”

Apostille testifies that the Notary’s authority was valid when the notarial act occurred. This process is called authentication, or legalization, of the document. These documents may include court documents, civil records, other documents issued by an administrative authority, and notarized documents.

Apostille used to be quite a complicated collection of forms required to accompany the notarized document. However, since October 15, 1981, the United States has been part of the 1961 Hague Convention abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents to streamline the process.

The Convention provides for the much-simplified certification of public (including notarized) documents to be used in countries that have joined the Convention. Documents destined for use in participating countries and territories should be certified by one of the officials in the jurisdiction where the document has been executed. The official must have been designated competent to issue certifications by ‘Apostille’ (usually in the State Secretary of State or state notary administrator) provided by the 1961 Hague Convention.

Mid Cities Notary provides apostille service for:

Mid Cities Notary offers apostille services for New York City birth certificates, ensuring their authenticity and legal recognition.

Mid Cities Notary offers apostille services for birth certificates from other states, making them internationally recognized and legally valid.

Mid Cities Notary also provides apostille services for marriage certificates from various states, ensuring their global recognition and legality.

Mid Cities Notary specializes in notarized copies, offering a reliable and convenient service to meet your documentation needs

Trust Mid Cities Notary for notarizing school transcripts and diplomas, ensuring their authenticity and acceptance for various purposes.

Mid Cities Notary expertly notarizes legal documents, providing the assurance of authenticity and compliance with legal requirements.

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