What is apostille?

What is apostille is a question we get a lot.

An apostille is when a state or federal level government agency (i.e U.S Department of State or Texas Secretary of State) issues an apostille certificate or apostille certification (it’s an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper that is stapled or grommeted to your document) on a legal document that was presented to them that is then used in a foreign country that is a member of The 1961 Hague Convention Treaty.

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