What does it mean
to apostille a document?


To apostille a document means that one of the fifty U.S secretaries of state offices or the U.S Department of State issues an apostille certificate on a legal document which can then be used to verify something (school records, birth, death, divorce, marriage, POA, ownership, contracts, agreements, leases, etc.) to a foreign country who is a current member of the 1961 Hague Convention.

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