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The entry into force of the Apostille Convention will allow one "single authentication", being only necessary for the concerned person to go to a notary office designated by the government in one of the capital cities or the Federal District and ask for the issuing of a "Hague Apostille" for a document.
Apart from the real impact on the daily lives of our citizens, the withdrawal of the reservation on Albania's accession on Apostille Convention from all EU member states creates other opportunities for providing modern consular services to our citizens living in Greece.
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However, notarized copies of documents are still required if the document: necessary for action abroad, approved or issued by foreign authorities, is subject to apostille or legalization and in other cases expressly provided for by law.
The five-year contract of BLS International Services, the specialist outsource company appointed by the Indian Government to process visa, passports, consular, attestation and apostille services in the UAE and other diplomatic missions around the world, will end soon.
The Hague Convention agreement simplifies the process by allowing the attachment of a single verifying certificate called an Apostille (a French word meaning “note”).
Also, do not underestimate the time associated with document formalization processes, like apostille, embassy legalizations and foreign notarizations, or the impact of public holidays, like Christmas or Ramadan, which can lengthen timelines by months.
Like the Office of Presidential Appointments, which affixes to documents the Great Seal of the United States (State Magazine, April 2014), the Office of Authentications affixes a seal--that of the State Department--on a range of Authentication and Apostille certificates that are signed by the Secretary of State.
An apostille is a document issued by the government to authenticate official records such as birth certificates for use in other countries.
The Hague Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents (hereinafter Apostille Convention) may be able to help with the conflict of laws problems posed by international surrogacy arrangements.
The apostille process is a requirement of the Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement for Legalization for Foreign Public Documents.